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DEDICATION 

Red-faced and blustery, with a baseball cap on his 
head, Coach Edward Swenson has been a familiar 
sight for the Bridgewater College Community. This 
year Coach Swenson announced that he was retiring 
as head football coach, marking the end of his eight 
years of team building. To Coach Swenson we, the 
Class of 1968, dedicate ALPHA 1968 to honor his 
achievements in improving the athletic program and 
developing increased interest and participation in inter- 
collegiate sports. 




ALPHA 1 968— State College At Bridgewater 



Co-Editor Elaine J. Ticchi 

Co-Editor Richard Yurkus 

Literary Editor Donna Daley 

Layout Editor Diane Ferioli 

Secretary Janet Raposa 

Treasurer Emmet Morrill 

Art Editor Sue Williams 

Photography Credits Dodge-Murphy 

Photographers 



ALPHA 1968 



Determined to disprove the ideal that "a normal school by any other 
name remains the same," the Class of 1968 set a quick pace for a new 
generation of Bridgewater students. This "new" student was to look 
beyond Fall River and Brockton for direction. He was interested in many 
things: civil rights and migrant workers; the funding of higher education 
and student power. Unable to accept the provincialism which charac- 
terized many facets of our college community, the class began question- 
ing the traditions and practices of the college. 

Rebellious, restless, and sometimes reckless, we demanded recogni- 
tion and attempted action. During our four years this desire for involve- 
ment remained. However, it was tempered and mellowed by increased 
understanding of college policy and proper channeling of student 
energies. Although sometimes less than a cohesive unit, the Class of 
1968 rallied often to insure its own prestige. From the construction of 
our Freshman Class Fortune Telling Booth to our Senior Prom, we have 
proved our effectiveness. 

A bit cocky at times, the members of our class wasted little time in 
becoming active members of the Bridgewater college community and 
eventually leaders in state, regional and national organizations. We had 
to assert ourselves to keep pace with the physical growth of BSC. We 
saw Bridgewater— not the Normal School, but the Liberal Arts College- 
take shape. We helped christen the Conant Science Building; we super- 
vised, from start to finish, the Great Hill Dorms, the New Parking Lot 
and the Newman Center and St. Basil's Chapel; we watched the official 
gold-plated shovel groundbreaking and the unofficial heavy duty ex- 
cavations of the Student Union; and we have seen the Library through 
its final plans. Too, we have witnessed the increase of the academic 
community. New administrators and faculty were drawn to Bridgewater 
bringing new ideas and new methods. 

The editors of ALPHA 1968 have tried to capture the "Spirit of 68". 
Although we emphasize our newness, we must also admit that we 
have frequently looked to the past for support and stability. Like Janus, 
the Class of 1968 has faced both the future and the past. Hopefully, 
we have chosen the best of each. We created new problems, causd 
many headaches, but most importantly we brought something necessary 
to Bridgewater— pizazz!!! 



MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT 

A college like ours derives its character from three different sources. 
The first source is the history and traditions in American higher educa- 
tion as a whole. The second source is the history and traditions of 
Bridgewater State College. The third source is the climate of issues 
and values in the rest of society. 

The individuality and personality of an institution are subtle and not 
easy to define. Yet we all recognize them just as we recognize the 
individuality and personality of a person. Perhaps the words that come 
closest to describing what we sense as the special nature of the Bridge- 
water State College character is the phrase, "The Bridgewater College 
Community." "College Community" because we are deeply committed 
to a fundamental proposition; namely, that if the values of democracy, 
of sharing, of participation, of partnership, of dialogue, of striking a 
balance between the authentic rights of every individual member of the 
college community, and of every group of individuals in the college— 
if all these values of democracy are to be real, we must have faith in 
them and we must work together to make them vital and meaningful, 
for democracy is the most difficult of all forms of government to imple- 
ment. 

Yes, we are deeply motivated by two convictions at this College. The 
first conviction is that though democracy is the most difficult form of 
social organization at a college or anywhere else, it is the best form. 
The second conviction is that we must make democracy work in a college 
community like this where, after all, we have so much in common. For 
how can we go forth into other communities or into the nation or into 
the world and hope to make the principles of democracy work in those 
incomprehensibly more difficult and complex situations, unless we have 
a reasonable measure of success in our relatively homogenous community. 



CONVOCATION 

SEPTEMBER 26, 1 967 







CONVOCATION 

"The Changing and the Enduring", Dr. 
D. Justin McCarthy's convocation address, 
captured the spirit of the Class of 1968. 
While the class size increased and Bridge- 
water grew, traditions such as convoca- 
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CHRISTMAS DANCE 

The Christmas Dance rounded out the Christmas 
festivities at Bridgewater. Sponsored by the Junior 
Class, the dance provided an evening of pleasure- 
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MARDI GRAS 

The 1968 Mardi Gras proved to be one of 
the highlights of the social year. The French 
club presented a superb Mardi Gras atmos- 
phere along with equally fine music for danc- 
ing. Costumes worn by the faculty and stu- 
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What would Homecoming be if the football team didn't win? Well, the Class 
of 1968 really couldn't say because this year the Bears turned in a fantastic win 
over Nichols' Bison. In fact, we couldn't even describe a losing year for the foot- 
ball team, as the Bears made it 4 wins and 3 losses. 

Although there were several holes to fill when the squad first reported for 
training, Coaches Swenson and Mazzaferro began rebuilding and remolding. 
Too, it was a young team with the underclassmen accounting for many of the 
starting positions. The opener against Frostburg won 13-6. Everyone was estatic, 
but the sugar bubble burst when Maine Maritime downed the Bears 27-6. Amaz- 
ingly enough, Curry fell to BSC 27-6 on home ground while Quonset Point was 
zapped 34-6. 

The fans now held their breath. Homecoming was next on the schedule. If the 
Bears won this one it meant a winning season. Could it be done? YES! A crowd of 
over 1500 saw a great offensive and defensive playing as BSC took it 28-16. 
Seniors Ralph Robinson, Carmen Guarino, and Tom Humphrey (named Most 
Valuable Player) were phenomenal assets to the team. According to CAMPUS 
COMMENT statistics, Robinson totalled almost 400 yards in six games; Humphrey 
successfully converted 15 of 1 PAT; and Carmen Guarino specialized in ruining 
the oppositions offensive attack. Although the last two games were lost, nothing 
could negate the spirit and enthusiasm which had manifested itself during the 
season. 



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1968 VARSITY 


FOOTBALL 


NO. 


10 Robinson, Ralph 


12 Stella, Paul 


15 Frderico, Jim 


17 Thurston, Ed 


20 Keating, Michael 


21 Smith, Edward 


22 O'Connell, Jim 


23 Darsch, Jim 


24 Guarino, Carmen 


25 Blais, Richard 


32 Humphrey, Tom 


33 Clifford, William 


34 Malone, James 


35 Harney, Michael 


40 Rowe, Peter 


41 Baker, Fred 


42 Woodman, Bob 


44 Lynch, Herb 


50 Accomando, Jim 


51 Incutto, Tom 


53 Hansen, John 


55 Lewis, Bob 


60 Hennessey, Dan 


61 Burns, Richard 


63 Tringale, Tony 


64 Weinstein, Leon 


65 Dyer, Robert 


70 Indelicato, Gerard 


71 Sullivan, Dan 


73 Keaveney, Bill 


74 Worden, Charles 


76 LaCorte, Gaetano 


77 Cole, Tom 


78 Chase, Stuart 


70 Brinkley, Bob 


81 Matheson, Bill 


83 Melcher, Larry 


84 Fanning, Leo 


86 Copello, Dick 


88 Frazier, Robert 


13 Powers, William 


43 Duffy, Ray 


66 Fournier, David 


MANAGER, 


Joe Westwater 


TRAINER, 


Tom Witham 


COACHES 


Peter Mazzaferro 


David Deep 


Ed Swenson 


Charles Varney 


Joe Lazzaro 


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TRACK AND FIELD 

Below— Greg Stradley 
Right— Clark Angier 
Lower Right— Pat Carroll 










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CROSS COUNTRY 




CAPTAIN- 




SENIOR- 






Ed Calabrese 




SOPHOMORE- 




Vic DeFelice 




FRESHA/IEN- 




Ed Rainsford 




Steve Doherty 




Bob Pariseau 


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BRIDGEWATER 


STATE COLLEGE 


BASKETBALL 


1967-1968 


Al Petitpas— 
CAPTAIN 




Steve Doherty 
Mark Conserva 


Barry Fitzpatrick 
Tom Morris 




Ray Leighton 
Tom Sullivan 


Bob Pariseau 




John O'Donnell 


Jerry Crowley 




Charlie Elwell 


Larry Kelleher 




Bruce Silva 


Ron Brorman 




Jon Zeeland 


Don Ward 






COACH- 






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BASEBALL 
1967-1968 

Michael Palladino 

CAPTAIN 
Albert Petitpas 

CAPTAIN 
Richard Taylor 

CAPTAIN 
Wesley Brooks 
Richard Capello 
Paul Stella 
Donald Chouinard 
Ronald Dziergowski 
Dennis Koczera 
Alnold Palladino 
Donald Ward 
John Broderick 
Stewart Chase 
Michael Cowdrey 
William Davis 
James Duffy 
James Federico 
Henry Fortin 
Peter Johnson 
Bruce Larson 
John Leone 
Daniel LeSaffre 
Frank Orlandella 
Terry Paddock 
Richard Sawyer 








GOLF TEAM 

Back 

David Horsfal 

Jerry Crowley 

Steve Dizel— 
CAPTAIN 

Charlie "Zum Zum" Carr— 

COACH 
Jim Lonczak 

Kneeling 

Gary Erickson 

Bill Dizel 

Steve Anderson 

Bill Dyer 

Steve Anderson 

Bill Dyer 



TENNIS 
TEAM 

Led by 

CAPTAIN 
Peter Silva 

along with 

Warren Preti 

George Quadrino 

Jerry King 

Augie Furtado 

Joe Walker 

John McCauley 

Tom McQuade 

COACH- 
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Experimentation was the key to this year's Drama Club productions. During the 
course of the year we were introduced to Russians, Fanny Brice, the "American 
Dream," the Jack's and the Robert's on the stage of Horace Mann's Auditorium. 
One audience was asked "if a Jewish girl could join the convent," another wit- 
nessed the "American Dream" strip, while still another attempted to find meaning 
in Chekhov. 

Each of the major productions was especially unique this year. The pre-Thanks- 
giving production, "Three Sisters," presented us with a new dramatic experience— 
a twentieth century Russian play. During the four act, the actors and director 
attempted to give meaning to a foreign cultural experience. Somberness, com- 
plexity and melancholy were conveyed to the sometimes bored and troubled 
audience. 

"Funny Girl," the spring musical, was an extravaganza. For years students have 
jokingly called Mr. Barnett "Cecil B." but now, the truth is out. He is really Florenz 
Ziegfeld! Presented with the fanfare that characterized the original Ziegfeld 
Follies, "Funny Girl" dazzled the crowd. Costumes, singing, dancing, staging, 
zipazz— everything was there to entertain and delight the audience. 

Not only did April showers bring May flowers, but they also hatched "Jack" 
and "The American Dream." If the Drama Club confused the audiences with 
"Three Sisters," and dazzled it with "Funny Girl," it now shocked with the two 
one-act plays. That both were of the "Theatre of the Absurd" is understatement. 
"The American Dream" was humorous, cynical, and relatively understandable. 
"Jack" was confusing, disturbing, and had a meaning that, when and if it became 
apparent, hit like a ton of bricks. 

The Class of 1968, of course, had a great many representatives in the Drama 
Club. Kathy Camara was a four-year "on stage star," while people like Kathy 
Cotter worked behind the scenes. Lin Curtin, Lyn Baldwin, Bruce Taylor, Pete 
Liberman, Bernice Savoie, Jane Lopes, Maureen Condon, Anne Wright, Diane 
Winchester, and Ed Martin rounded out the casts of many of the productions. 
Note must be made, however, of three seniors who "made the big time" during 
their senior year; Cheryl Faris, everyone's favorite Jewish mother (and she's 
Lebonese, yet), Jimmy Tavares, singer and hoofer extraordinaire, and Donna Daley, 
the performer of the first "sock-it-to-'em" "American Dream" strip. 



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HONORS DAY 

MAY 21, 1968 










YEARS OF JOY AND PAIN 
END IN COLLEGE HONORS 

The following honors and awards were given to 
outstanding students, largely drawn from the Graduat- 
ing Class of 1968, at the annual Honors Day Assembly 
held in Horace Mann Auditorium on Tuesday, May 
21st, 1968. 



Art Key Award 

Centennial Class Award in History 

Julia Carter Award 

Class of 1953 Award 

Delta Kappa Gamma Award 

Visual Art Award Susan Smith and Maureen Stella 



Anita Trevisari 

A. Christian 

Frederick 

Miles Gaterman 

Nancy Botelho 

Thomas Evans 

Margaret Stack 



Elementary Key Award 
May Isabel Caldwell Award 
M. Katherine Hill Prize 
Edith G. Shoolman Award 
Anna McGrory Award 
Gladys L. Allen Scholarship 
Men's Athletic Association Award 



Carolyn Young 

Cynthia Bean 

Maureen A. Condon 

Nancy L. Barboza 

Janet Brown 

Leslie Foss 

Thomas W. 
Humphrey 

June Bucy 

Martha Jones 

Mary Lou Thimas 

Donna Daley 



Dr. Mary J. Moriarty Award 

Omega lota Phi Sorority Award 

Physical Education Key 

S. Elizabeth Pope Award 

Louis C. Stearns Award in Botany Leslie T. Malmgren 

Herodotus Club Award Edmund J. Sylvia, Jr. 

Outstanding Student Librarian Award Martha Jones 

Dr. William G. Vinal Award in Zoology Edward J. 

Calabrese 

New Bedford Area Club Award James Fonseca 

Haverhill-Merrimack Valley Club Award Eleanor 

Curtin 

Bridgewater Area Club Award William Dyer 

Fall River Area Club Award Nancy Barboza 

Iva V. Lutz Award Mary McLaughlin 

Choral Clubs Award Barbara Nole and Peter Mello 

T. Leonard Kelley Award in Physical Science 

Paul C. Killgoar 

Faculty Wives Scholarship Antoinette M. Oliveira 

Martin T. Rizzo Memorial Award Paul F. Stella 

Robert V. Fay Memorial Award John Pacheco 

Drama Club Award Herbert Ward 

Student Cooperative Association Leadership Award 

Thomas Perry 

Hill-Ross Award Robert Smith 

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SENIOR ADVISORS 




PROF. ROBERT BARNETT 



Words cannot express the 
debt of gratitude which the 
Class of 1968 owes these two 
advisors. 



MRS. SHIRLEY WOOD 




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CHAMELEON COFFEE HOUSE 



Where do many of Bridgewater's students wander to on Friday night? 
Frat parties? Sometimes. The C. C? Often. Is there any place else? Well, 
due to the efforts of a hard core group of the Class of 1968, a BSC 
student has a place to go when the thoughts of more soul music or 
beer threaten to blow his mind. Where it's at is the Chameleon Conver- 
sation Coffee House located in the basement of the former Christian 
Fellowship Center. 

Last year a group headed by Karl Crowell, Lucy Mansfield, and Rita 
Galateros began investigating the feasibility of establishing a coffee 
house at Bridgewater. Eventually, they thought it was worth the try, 
and planned the first program for late spring. After the successful 
opening of Edward Albee's "The Zoo Story," the Chameleon began to 
collect a small, but loyal group of habituates. When it reopened last fall, 
it was obvious that this nucleus of students, faculty and townspeople 
intended to support the Chameleon's programs 100%. Each week an 
attempt was made to introduce new and provocative speakers and per- 
formers ranging from local folk groups to members of the Boston Draft 
Resistance Group to FIRST to the Fisherman Players. After each program, 
open discussions were encouraged. Yogi, Viet Nam, drugs, classical 
music, and racism were discussed and argued. 

Certainly the entire college has benefited from the opening of the 
Chameleon. Besides Karl, Rita and Lucy, several other seniors were par- 
ticularly involved. Mary Sue McLaughlin and Helen Murray managed the 
kitchen so that hot coffee and fresh donuts would be available for the 
earliest arrivals. Several others of the Class of 1968 (namely Maureen 
Condon, Cheryl Faris, Yvette Tetrault, Peggy Chiulli and Donna Daley) 
served as fly by night waitresses, chameleon hunters, and chair "setter- 
uppers" during the year. 



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CELEBRITY SERIES 



Extra! Extra! Bridgewater took another step forward in the fight against cultural 
stagnation at Bridgewater. The newest combatant added to the ranks was Mr. 
Barnett's brain-child, the Bridgewater Celebrity Series. Opening in October, the 
Celebrity Series offered students, faculty, and other interested persons four dif- 
ferent and exciting programs at reasonable prices. 

The first performance in the series was by Emlyn Williams, world-renowned 
actor, playwright, director and author. The program presented Mr. Williams in his 
highly acclaimed "Dylan Thomas Growing Up," but indeed, the show very nearly 
did not go on. During the afternoon, Mr. Williams suffered a slipped disc in Pope 
Hall. Upon his return from the hospital, he informed on-lookers that he would 
definitely go on. Seated painfully in his chair, he performed brilliantly. 

Although Emlyn Williams is obviously a "hard act to follow," the Jose Molina 
Bailes Espanoles held their own. Arriving with costumes appraised at over $80,000, 
the dance troupe dazzled and awed the Bridgewater audience. The many facets 
of Flamenco music were displayed ranging from the sophistication of the Bolero 
to the melancholy of the fado to the frenzy of the finale, "Taberna Del Arco." 
Once again the Celebrity Series scored with the audience. 

Obviously the idea of bringing sixty-five college men to a predominantly 
women's college is inherently successful. Thus, the third offering of the Celebrity 
Series— the Villanova Singers— were assured a welcome reception. The Villanova 
men, however, soon proved that they did not need built-in success. A varied 
repetoire, sonorous quality and flawless enunciation were among the chief attri- 
butes of the group. 

The final offering of the 1967-68 series was John Houseman's The Honorable 
Estate. Starring Geraldine Fitzgerald, The Honorable Estate was a loosely strung 
together series of excerpts about marriage. Although this program was not as 
well-received as the earlier ones in the series, it did offer the Bridgewater audiences 
a chance to see professional actors at work. 

The Celebrity Series was truly a worthwhile and stimulating addition to Bridge- 
water's cultural life. 



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Because one of the local banks decided it was better to have a drive-in window 
and a parking lot than for Phi Pi Delta to have a fraternity house, Bridgewater's 
campus was not graced by the presence of a frat house this fall (unless, of course, 
one wishes to count Kappa's wing in the Lower Campus Men's Dorm). Alpha 
Upsilon, after years of mixers, zillions of raffles, and hundreds of copies of Collage 
(the Free Ticket to the Great Society not-withstanding), decided to rectify the 
obvious need for a frat house. After many minor legal problems were settled, 
Alpha Upsilon purchased the large white frame house at 25 Park Terrace over- 
looking the Student Union excavations. 



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FACULTY 




DAVID DEEP Dean of Men 

JORDAN FIORE Director of Division of Social Studies 

HAROLD RIDLON Director of Division of Humanities 

STANLEY CLEMENT Chairman, Education Dept. 

ELLEN M. SHEA Dean of Students 

FRANK HILFERTY Dean of Graduate School 

V. JAMES Dl NARDO Director of Undergraduate Studies 



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President 
ADRIAN RONDILEAU 



Assistant to the President 
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Dean of Undergraduate Studies 
V. JAMES Dl NARDO 



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Dean of Students 
DR. ELLEN SHEA 



Dean of Men 
DAVID DEEP 





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MARTHA DRINKWATER 



Residence Counselor 
GENEVIEVE ASH 



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PHILIP R. DOOLEY 

Associate Director 
of Continuing Studies 



HENRY J. FANNING 
Director of Admissions 



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EDUCATION DEPARTMENT 




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L-R. 

Stanley Clement 
Chairman 

Achille Joyal 

Mercia Pike 

Anthony DeLeo 

Warren Englund. 



L-R. 

James Francis 
John Kent 
Rita Nadal 
John Deasy 
Stanley Clement. 



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ART DEPT. 

William Kendall 

Robert Daniel 

Doris Tebbefts 
Chairman 

Shirley Ann Wood. 




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Right 

Henry 
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SOCIOLOGY DEPT. 



Mrs. Clay Greene. 





LIBRARY 






Mary Chaput 




Cora Vining 




Ma bell Bates 




Olive Lee 




Emily Stone 




Adeline Ziino 




Barbara Britton 




Joyce Marcus 






Owen Mc Gowan 
Chairman and 
Head Librarian 




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MUSIC DEPT. 

Standing 

Vincent Gannon- 
Band Director 

Seated 

Jacob Liberies 
Chorale Director 



MUSIC DEPT. 

Miss Dorothy Ferry 
Mrs. Marjorie Hayward 



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PHYSICAL EDUCATION 
WOMEN 

Back 

Marjorie Rugen 
Shirley Krasinski 
Mildred Wellman 
Carol Wolfgram 
Margaret Romero 

Front 

Johanne Smith 

Regina Gross 

Mary Lou Thornberg 

Ann Coakley 

Mary Moriarty 
Chairman 




PHYSICAL EDUCATION 
MEN 



Edward Swenson 
Thomas Knudson 
Harry Lehmann 
Peter Mazzaferro 



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MODERN 

LANGUAGE 

DEPT. 



Robert Arruda 
Chairman 

Wayne Judah 

Armand Desautels 

Antony Cotugno 

Mary Shapiro 




ENGLISH DEPT. 

Back 

Robert Parker 
Joseph DeRocco 
James Nerney 
Francis McLellan 
Dennis Flynn 
Harold DeLisle 
Front 

Virginia Joki 
Katherine Lomax 
Mary Jarvis 
Katherine Dannemann 
Karen Figdor 




HISTORY DEPT. 

Standing 

William Cole 

Arthur Oien 

Ralph Bates 

Donald Kay 

Benjamin Spence 

Gerald Doiron 

Donald Jacobs 

Maurice Rotstein 

Seated 

Annabelle Melville 

Jordan Fiore 
Chairman 

Stephanie Husek 




SPEECH 
DEPT. 

Back 

George Terhune 

Willis Pitts 

Front 

Robert Freidman 

Lee Dunne 

Robert Barnett 

Chairman 
Karin Dubin 



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PHYSICS DEPT. 

Raymond Blanchard 

John Swardstrom 

Richard Calusdian 

Marcia Webb 

George Weygand 
Chairman 




CHEMISTRY 

Linda Stafford 

Henry Daley 

Vahe Marganian 

Wilmon Chipman 
Chairman 

Margaret Louza 

Joseph Pagano 





BIOLOGY DEPT. 

Back 

Collette Janson 

Peter Revotskie 

Richard Baldwin 

James Brennan 

David Brannigan 

Lawrence Mish 

Charles Howie 

Robert McNamara 

Seated 

William Wall 

Frank Hilferty 

Elizabeth Cirino 

Kenneth Howe 
Chairman 




EARTH SCIENCE 
DEPT. 

Standing 

Robert Bates 

Ira Furlong 

Robert Boutilier 

Ralph Fellows 

Seated 

Marilyn Furlong 

A. AAacewicz 

E. Maier 
Chairman 



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MATH DEPT. 

Standing 

Henry Mailloux 

Robert Lemos 

Donald Simpson 

Charles Carr 

Robert Bent 

Frank Lambiase 

Walter Gleason 

Seated 

Michael Makokian 

Joseph Chiccarelli 
Chairman 

Murray Abramson 




ECONOMICS DEPT. 



Douglas Reid 

Daniel Noonan 
Chairman 




HOUSEMOTHERS 



MRS. MABEL PRIESTLY-Pope Hall 



MISS WALSH-Dietician 



MRS. MARTHA JOHNSON-Alternate 



MRS. CLARA SULUVAN-Men's Dorm 



MRS. GREY 



MISS IRENE MELLO-Woodward Dorm 



MRS. HELEN COOPER-Tillinghast Dorm 



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MICHAEL MAGUIRE- 
President 

JERRY GOLDBERG- 
Treasurer 

CATHY ROTH- 
Vice President 

TERRY BURKE- 
Secretary 




CLASS OF 1 970 



OCTAVIO FURTADO- 
President 

OWEN GRAF- 
Vice President 

THERESA ELLIS— 
Secretary 

LYNNE REGULA- 
Treasurer 



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ALPHA 
EDITORS 



L-R 

Donna Daley, 
Literary 

Diane Ferioli, 
Lay-out 

Elaine Ticchi, 
Co-ed/for 

Janet Raposa, 
Secretary 

Richard Yurkus, 
Co-editor 





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ALPHA 
STAFF 

Elaine Ticchi 
Jeanne Carlson 
Rosalie Jacintho 
Catherine Falcon 
Janet Raposa 
Diane Ferioli 
Marylee Gilchrist 
Maureen McElman 



NEWMAN CLUB 



Dr. William Wall 
/Advisor 

Father Daly 
Chaplain 

Jeanne Kwiecein 

Jane Shanahan 

Alfred Benbenek 

Dominic Ottavi 

Tom Humphrey 

Father Comny 





CHRISTIAN 
FELLOWSHIP 

Barbara O'Brien 
Rebecca Bates 
Linda Kevorkian 



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DORM 
COUNCIL 



Ann Coffey— 
President 

Marcia Cunningham- 
Treasurer 

Rebecca Ridgeway— 
Vice President 

Mary Ann Vercalone— 
Secretary 




DORM OFFICERS 

Bottom to Top: 

Marion Riordan 

Janet Brown 

Lynn Batchelor 

Sheila Mc Givron 

Phyllis Chiarenza 

Linda Berry 

Claire Hamel— 

President Pope Hall 

Carol Wilusz— 

President Woodward Dorm 

Marie Luongo— 

President Tillinghast Hall 




DRAMA CLUB 

Herb Ward 
Burton Alho 
Bernice Savoie 
Kathy Camara 
Kathy Cotter 

Over the past four years the 
many members of the Drama 
Club have presented better and 
better productions for the enjoy- 
ment of the Bridgewater Campus. 



MODERN 
DANCE 

Clockwise Top 

Kathy McCormick 

Lynn Baldwin 

Barbara O'Brien 

Julia Melvin 

Annelyse Teeven 
President 

This group brings 
the excitement of the 
concept of modern 
dance to the campus. 





AQUABRYTES 

Precision swimming is the name of the 
game for these young ladies. The Aquabrytes 
have provided the campus with many a fine 
aquatic program as demonstrated below. 
The officers for 1967-1968 are 
Background- 



Mary Montejumas 

Donna Daley 
Secretary 

Patricia Gable 

Foreground— 

Marianne Vercollone 
Treasurer 

Wendy Jenkins 
President 








P.E.M. 

Front 

Joan Vergnani 
President 

Middle 

Jeanette Beres 

Kath Bertrand 

Mary Lou Thimas 

Mary Pike 

Back 

Eunice Arakelian 

Joan Cardoza 

Lucy Ciesta 







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Gerry Kelley 








Lois Hannon 








Albert Benbenek 









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Larry Kelleher 

Joseph Roper 
President 

Al Petitpas 

Michael Palladino 





W.R.A. 

Elizabeth Zemaitis 

Cathy Noonan 

Jane Nugent 
President 

Ann Wright 

Ann O'Connell 

Charlotte O'Malley 

Sally Howes 




S.T.E.A.M. 



S.T.E.A.M. may sound like a 1920's boola-boola, 
but it is actually a professional club formed by 
juniors and seniors who are actually actively in- 
terested in teaching, its ethics, history and pro- 
gress from the local to national level. Hence all 
dedicated members were spotted in '68 as they 
STEAMIed their way toward their monthly copies 
of the Massachusetts Teachers Association Jour- 
nals. 

When not trying to squeeze in such outside 
reading, members tried to acquaint BSC and Mrs. 
Helen Mara, president of the aforementioned or- 
ganization. Her appearance was before the Stu- 
dent Teachers' Educational Association of Mas- 
sachusetts activities in '68, as members got tips 
from a real pro. 

Paula Williams 

Secretary 
Sheila Rudick 

President 
Susan Bryant 

Treasurer 



ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE 

The Assembly Committee programs, with a good reputation established from junior year, 
started the '67-'68 season with a full house and a good show— singers Lynn Blair and Mark 
Howard. 

From then on, the quality of the entertainment was as varied as the size of the house. 

Top honors go to Alexander Scourby (***) who Walt Whitman-ed to a captivated audience 
of one hundred. The small but dedicated group followed Scourby from Horace Mann audi- 
torium to room 36 for an additional hour of biography and poetry, free of charge! 

Less profound, but admittedly more flashy was the swashbuckle-type demonstration of Rod 
Colbin (xx) who fenced, flashed and flagellated his way before an audience of five hundred. 
A fine mixture of ham, corn and thick-sliced bologna provided substantial fare for the blood- 
thirsty audience. 

A (**) rating also goes to the Blair-Howard singing performance which began the year in 
fine musical style. 

Willy Ley (*), the noted author of books-spatial, was most likely well aware of the typical 
spaces which abounded in the BSC audience. The students who were there were the only 
ones who liked the show. 

With malice toward none and justice toward one, Erskine Caldwell's program must be rated 
as far from successful. The half-full, half-hearted, and ultimately half-asleep audience weathered 
admirably the arrows of the outrageous fortune that fated their arrival. 

Due to circumstances beyond his control, (an audience of, roughly, ten students,) Dr. Richard 
McLonathan's program on modern art was barely in the running. 

Whatever the rating of performance or audience, the Committee program offered diversity 
and diversion for those students that partook. 

Henry Danis 
Lin Curtin 
Herb Ward 





MATH 

Mary Spillane 
President 

Karen Bigelow 

Jack D'Angelo 

Jim Lonczak 

Mary Donahue 

Joyce Crowell 



FRENCH 

Antoinette Oliveira 

Pat Allgrove 

Kneeling 

Pauline Chauveau 

Philip Sammer 
President 

Susan LaMoth 




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VISUAL ARTS 



Clake Hamel 
Joanne Dube 
Susan Smith 



LIBRARY CLUB 



Lola DeLeo 
Martha Jones 
Nancy Rapoza 
Ralph Hokanson 






PHI PI 
DELTA 

Jim Lonczak 
Mike Maguire 
John Sykes 
Bruce Nelson 
Front 

Richard Morse 
Ron Choiniere 




KAPPA 
DELTA PI 



June Bucy 
President 

Maureen Condon 
Vice President 

Yvette Tetrault 

Jane Pisciotolli 



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KAPPA PHI 

James Foley 
Morris Desmaris 
Marty Janiak 
Tom Clemente 



CHAPBOOK 



Nicole Prince 
Peggy Pruitt 
Bruce Taylor 
Diane Lindstrom 




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CHORAL 
SOCIETY 

Under the direc- 
tion of a new faculty 
member, Jacob Li- 
beries, the Choral So- 
ciety has shown in- 
novations in sound 
and song. 

The Christmas and 
Spring Concerts have 
shown the versatility 
and enthusiasm of 
this group. 

The 1967-1968 of- 
ficers are 

Karen Bigelow 
June McNall 
Sue Collins 
Elaine Conger 
Peter Mello 
Barbara Nole 




HERODOTUS 

David Raczkowski 
Joan Veen Pere 
Edmund Sylvia 
Cindy Bernia 
Patricia Tobin 



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Racine Castaldo 
Gerald Bertrand 
Constance Melahoures 
Patricia Tobin 




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Eileen lacaponi 
Vice President 







Donna Mc Ginnis 
Secretary 



Diane Ferioli 
Treasurer 



Jeanne Carlson 
Assistant Treasurer 



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Barbara Abraham 



Elizabeth Adams 



Carol Affonso 






Sidney Akerblom 



Donna Albough 



Jeannine Albernaz 



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Stephen Anderson 



Patricia Augusta 



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Jeffrey Baker 



Lynne Baldwin 



Martha Ball 






Don Baptiste 



Nancy Barboza 



Elizabeth Bardsley 



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Patricia Barkhouse 



Richard Barry 



Bruce Bartlett 







Brenda Barton 



Rebecca Bates 



Mary Bell 



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Alfred Benbenek 



Cecilia Benevides 



Rosemary Benoit 






Delia Benson 



Nancy Steidinger Benton 



Richard Benton 



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Linda Bergstrom 



Kathleen Berry 



Gerald Bertrand 






Rita Bigelow 



George Biscari 



Albert Bissaro 



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David Blowers 



Janet Boardman 



Nancy Botelho 






Barbara Bourdeau 



Jo-Ann Bourgeois 



Joseph Boyle 



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Linda Bradford 



Cynthia Brennan 



Betty Brezinski 







Ronald Broman 



Janet Brown 



Janis Brown 



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June Bucy 



Marsha Burgess 



Alice Burgmyer 






Mary Burkhead 



Elizabeth Burns 



Kathleen Byrne 



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William Bystrom 



Raymond Cabana 



Ruth Cabral 






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Mary Cadigan 



Edward Calabrese 



Kathleen Camara 



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Sandra Camara 



Lydia Joyce Campos 



Diane Caplette 






Andrea Carey 



Deborah Carnaroli 



Lynn Carraher 



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Lois Carreiro 



Maureen Carroll 



David Casoni 






Racine Castaldo 



Marie Castelluzzi 



Richard Castro 



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Maureen Chambers 



Diane Charlton 



Francine Charron 






John Chellel 



Raymond Chestnut 



Claire Childs 



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Margaret Chiulli 



Robert Clark 



Edith Clark 










William Clifford 



Elizabeth Cobb 



Ann Coffey 



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Robert Cogliano 



Susan Collins 



Linda Colson 






Patricia Conant 



Maureen Condon 



Audrey Conger 



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Barbara Connolly 



Claire Connolly 






Paula Cook 



Marie Copello 



Pauline Cormier 



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Sally Correia 



Patricia Cote 



Dale Cotter 







Kathleen Cotter 



Bernadette Coulombe 



Edward Couto 



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Ruth Couto 



Dennis Cronin 



Elaine Cronin 







Trudy Cronin 



Karl Crowell 



Virginia Cruickshank 



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Nancy Cunha 



Marcia Cunningham 



Ann Curley 







Beverly Curtin 



Elinor Curtin 



Fred Cushing 



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Barbara McCann Cwikla 



Donna Daley 



John D'Angelo 






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Henry Danis 



Francis Delage 



Gloria DeAAello 



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Ava Demers 



Phyllis DeMoranville 



Maurice Desmarais 






Suzanne Desmarais 



Donna Desmond 



Raymond Des Roches 



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Eleanor Dooley 



Angelina Duarte 



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Joanne Dube 



Mary Regina Duffy 



Doris Duggan 






Constance Dunn 



Diane Duphiney 



Kathleen Dutson 



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Maureen Dwyer 



Linda Dyer 



Allen Eklund 






Linda Emus 



Margaret Erickson 



Thomas Evans 



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Catherine Falcon 



Cheryl Familant 



Cheryl Faris 




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Kevin Farrell 



Allegra Feeney 



Carol Ferreira 



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Andrew Ferris 



Frances Filippetti 



Kenneth Fischer 






Elaine Flanagan 



Barbara Fleming 



Lynn Fletcher 



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Julia Foley 



Nancy Folsom 



Sandra Fox 






Mary Beth Furze 



Suzanne Gable 



Audrey Gage 



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Rita Galateros 



Patrice Galvin 



Joan Gangwisch 








Robert Gaspar 



Adrienne Gately 



Sandra Gattenby 



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Myles Gatterman 



Madelyn Gaudreau 



Diane Germaine 







Marylee Gilchrist 



Rene Gissinger 



Lyman Goding 






Patricia Greene 



Janet Guimond 



Joan Haggerty 







Barbara Hagstrom 



Linda Hall 



Claire Hamel 



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Patricia Hanlon 



Lois Hannon 



Ellen Hanron 








Helen Hargraves 



Laura Hayes 



Robert Haynes 



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Alice Hazelhurst 



Jacqueline Heffernan 



Nancy Henerberry 






Gail Hicks 



Phyllis Hobin 



Janet Hogan 



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Ralph Hokanson 



Carolyn Holleran 



Michael Homer 






Joan Hopkins 



Bruce Houde 



Barbara Hough 



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Diane Huebener 



Thomas Humphrey 



Scotia Hunt 



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John Indresano 



Leslie Indresano 



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Rosalie Jacintho 



Elizabeth Jalkut 



Wendy Jenkins 







Rebecca Jerome 



Charlene Johnson 



Susan Johnson 



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Melodie Jones 



Cheryl Jordan 



William Keaveney 





Lawrence Kelleher 



Daniel Kelliher 



Paul Killgoar 



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Rita Kirsch 



Kenneth Kirwin 



Phyllis Klaiman 






Agnes Koczera 



Pauline Kuthan 



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Nancy Lamrock 



Catherine Lanigan 



Vivian Larrivee 






Madeleine Lavoie 



John Leary 



Christine Lecuyer 



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Margaret Leiter 



Christine Lelito 



Lillian Lemos 






Carol Leonard 



Dorothy Leonard 



Linda Lerro 



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Jeanne Levesque 



June Liberman 



Peter Liberman 






Diane Lindstrom 



James Lonczak 



Jane Lopes 



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Nancy Lowe 



Karen Lucas 



Natalie Luti 






Claire Lyle 



Robert Lyttle 



Jane MacDonald 






Elizabeth Machado 



Sharon Mack 



Jean Mackay 





Judith Magoon 



Leslie Malmgren 



Francis Ma honey 



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Mary Maloney 



Valerie Maltina 



Lucille Mansfield 







Claudette Marchand 



Jean Mark 



Edward Martin 






Mary Martin 



Stephen Martin 



Jane Mather 






Nancy Healy McAvoy 



Frances McCabe 



Douglas McClain 



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Maureen McElman 



Tilda McGee 



Mary McLaughlin 






Randa McRobbie 



Kathleen Meany 



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Constance Menard 



Pamela Messenger 






Marilyn Miller 



Robert Mims 



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Joyce Moniz 



Jeanne Moody 



Emmet Morrill 







Robert Morris 



Mary Morrison 



Karen Mroczka 



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Elaine Nihill 



Andrea Nolan 



Barbara Nole 






Charles Notis 



Jane Nugent 



Barbara O'Brien 









Emalie O'Brien 



Patricia O'Brien 



Ann O'Connell 





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Kathleen O'Donnell 



Nancy Oliveira 



Richard Olsen 



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Janice Olson 



David O'Shea 



Dominic Ottavi 







Charles Ouimet 



Marilyn Paige 



Linda* Palermo 






Roland Pare 



Terese Pattavina 



Eileen Pereira 






Richard Perella 



Meredith Perkins 



Lorraine Perry 



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Thomas Perry 



Robert Petersen 



Albert Petitpas 






Diane Pettey 



Jane Pisciottoli 



Donald Powell 






Kathleen Powers 



Warren Preti 



Joanne Pring 






Nancy Proctor 



Gerald Provost, Jr. 



George Quadrino 



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David Raczkowski 



Diane Ramey 



Helen Ramos 






Mary Ann Ramos 



Kathleen Rand 



Janet Raposa 









Nancy Rapoza 



Susan Reed 



Malcolm Reese 












Mary Regan 



Robert Revell 



Charlotte Ricci 



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Peter Rickard 



Rebecca Ridgeway 



Marion Riordan 






Nancy Riordan 



Philip Riviere 



Cheryl Robbins 



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Gilbert Robbins 



Janine Roberge 



Christine Roberts 






Yvette Robida 



Ralph Robinson 



Roger Robitaille 



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Edmond Rockcliffe 



Daniel Rodrick 



Elaine Rooney 






Joseph Roper 



Richard Rosenberg 



Valerie Ross 



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Jean Rountry 



Richard Rudick 



Sheila Rudick 






Joan Russell 



Linda Ireland Russell 



Peter Saggese 



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Louise St. Amand 



Diane St. Amour 



Joyce Sand 






Richard Santino 



Elizabeth Sarkes 



Bernice Savoie 






Bernadette Scaduto 



Marie Schortmann 



Catherine Semeter 






Donna Shabo 



Diane Shaw 



Leslie Shaw 



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Pamela Shay 



Alice Shea 



Peter Silva 






Elaine Slatkavich 



Cynthia Smith 



Janet Smith 




Joanne Smith 




Jean Snigier 




Robert Smith 




Marjory Souden 




Susan Smith 




Dean Souke 



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Mary Spillane 



Bruce Stark 



Maureen Stella 






Hamilton Stewart 



Joan Sturgis 



Lee Sullivan 









Sally Swanson 



Claire Sylvester 



Darlene Sylvia 






Edmund Sylvia 



Donna Tansey 



Baiba Taube 



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James Tavares 



Leon Taveres 



Bruce Taylor 




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Yvette Tetrault 



Mary Lou Thimas 



Yvette Thivierge 







Ann Thomas 



John Thonet 



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Carolyn Travers 



Anita Trevisani 



Barbara Trudell 







Jeanne Tucker 



Gail Turner 



Cynthia Vaughan 



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Ronald Vaz 



Mary Vercollone 



Joan Vergnani 






Richard Vintro 



Donna Vogel 



Helen Wade 



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Carol Wakefield 



Marilyn Walker 



Arlene Walsh 







Lorna Warren 



Marianne Weddleton 



Kathleen White 



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Mary White 



Maureen White 



Carleen Wickham 






Barbara Williams 



Paula Williams 



Susan Williams 



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Elaine Wiltenburg 



Diane Winchester 



John Winslow 






Christine Wirtzburger 



Thomas Witham 



Bonnie Wood 



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Anne Wright 



Janice York 



Carolyn Young 






Elizabeth Zaccaro 



Suzanne Zajac 



Jon Zeeland 



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Elizabeth Zemaitis 



Daniel Zentz 



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Margaret Bergen 



Douglas Berube 



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Madeleine Chenard 



Nancy Cox 



John Doherty 



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Stephen Dizel 



David Gleason 



Carmen Guarino 



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Kenneth Hemenway 



Priscilla Hiller 



Gayle Lamb 






Bernadette Lima 



Pauline Lepage 



Kathryn Chippendale 



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Robert Carney 



James Taylor 



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FACULTY DIRECTORY 

ADRIAN RONDILEAU, President; Gates House Bridge- 
water 

LEE HARRINGTON, Academic Dean; 273 Summer St., 
Bridgewater 

HENRY F. WERNER, Assistant to President; 148 High- 
land St., Taunton 

ELLEN M. SHEA, Dean of Students; 60 Pearl St., East 
Bridgewater 

DAVID P. DEEP, Dean of Men; 554 Pleasant St., Bridge- 
water 

MARTHA R. DRINKWATER, Assistant Dean of Women; 
1 4 Winthrop Terrace, Wayland 

GENEVIEVE M. ASH, Residence Counselor; 30 Reardon 
St., Quincy 

CHARLES CARR, Residence Counselor; Men's Dormitory, 
BSC, Bridgewater 

V. JAMES DINARDO, Dir, of Undergraduate Studies, 
Dir. of Division of Professional Education; 40 Linden 
Lane, Bridgewater 

HENRY J. FANNING, Director of Admissions; 27 Lin- 
coln St., New Bedford 

JORDAN D. FIORE, Dir. of Division of Social Studies, 
Dir. of Curriculum Studies and Development; 648 
County St., Taunton 

FRANK J. HILFERTY, Dir. of Division of Natural Sciences 
and Mathematics, Dean Graduate School; 1 72 Forest 
St., Bridgewater 

MERCIA C. PIKE, Dir. of Student Teaching; 700 Pine Hill 
Drive, New Bedford 

HAROLD G. RIDLON, Dir. of Division of Humanities; 73 
Laurel St., Melrose 

PHILIP R. DOOLEY, Associate Dir. of Continuing Studies; 
75 Bedford St., Bridgewater 

OWEN T. P. MCGOWAN, Librarian; 80 Underwood St., 
Fall River 

ABRAMSON, MURRAY; 8 Robin Rd., Sharon 

ARRUDA, ROBERT C; 218 Hope St., Bristol, R.I. 

BALDWIN, RICHARD S.; 7 Church St., Foxboro 

BARNETT, ROBERT J. ; 1 7 Pearl St., Bridgewater 



BATES, RALPH S. ; 42 Leonard St., Bridgewater 

BENT, ROBERT J. ; 31 Maple Ave., Bridgewater 

BLANCHARD, RAYMOND L; 90 Brown St., N. Dart- 
mouth 

BOUCHARD, BEATRICE l. ; 52 South St., Bridgewater 

BOUTILIER, ROBERT F. ; 104 Pleasant St., Bridgewater 

BRANNIGAN, DAVID; 34-1 Forest Ave., Brockton 

BRENNAN, JAMES R. ; 37 Maple Ave., Bridgewater 

BRIGGS, ROBERT A. ; 3 1 4 Vernon St., Bridgewater 

CALUSDIAN, RICHARD F. ; 36 Oak St., Foxboro 

CHANDLER, JOHN N. ; 21 Appleton St., Boston 

CHELLIS, BARBARA A. ; 100 Pleasant St., Bridgewater 

CHICCARELLI, JOSEPH B. ; 1 1 Temi Rd., Brockton 

CHIPMAN, WILMON B. ; 10 Tara Dr., Weymouth 

CIRINO, ELIZABETH M. ; 1 02 Baker Rd., Raynham 

CLEMENT, STANLEY L; 43 Mt. Vernon, E. Weymouth 

CLIFFORD, GUYC; 165 Pleasant St., Bridgewater 

COAKLEY, ANN C; 1 28 Highview St., Westwood 

COLE, WILLIAM R. ; 973 Plymouth St., Bridgewater 

COLER, ROBERT A. ; 1 84 Forest St., Bridgewater 

COLWELL, DAWN M. ; 1 1 4 Glen St., Whitman 

CORKERY, JOSEPH J. ; 215 Summer St., Bridgewater 

COTUGNO, ANTHONY C. ; 15 Trafalgar Ct., S. Wey- 
mouth 
DALEY, HENRY O. JR.; 1 32 Forest St., S. Weymouth 

DANIEL, ROBERT A. ; 455 Center St., Bridgewater 
DANNEMANN, KATHERINE S. ; 206 W. Elm St., Brock- 
ton 
DAWLEY, ROBERT D. ; 1 2 Cottage St., Broeton 

DEASY, JOHN P.; Crescent St., Bridgewater 
DELEO, ANTHONY V. ; 76 Belmont Ave., Brockton 

DELISLE, HAROLD F. ; 29 Granite St., Foxboro 

DEROCCO, JOSEPH; 74 Union St., Bridgewater 

DESAUTELS, ARAAAND E. ; Berkley St., Berkley 

DILLMAN, ROBERT J. ; 940 Summer St., Bridgewater 

DOIRON, GERALD J. ; 1 64 Somerset Ave., Taunton 

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DOYLE, MARY A.; 1 22 Hale St., Bridgewater 

DUBIN, KARIN V. L; 40 Shaw Rd., Bridgewater 

DUNNE, LEE A. ; 33 Gannett Pasture Lane, N. Scituate 

ENGLUND, WARREN DAVID; 63 Jackson Dr., Raynham 

FARRELL, MARGARET E. ; 235 Main St., Marshfield 

FELLOWS, RALPH S. ; 1141 TremontSt., Duxbury 

FERRY DOROTHY R. ; 38 Park Ave., E. Bridgewater 

FIGDOR, KAREN F. ; 39 Irving St., Cambridge 

TLYNN, DENNIS A.; Box 4, North Carver 

FRANCIS, JAMES F. ; 66 Seymour St., New Bedford 

FRIEDMAN, ROBERT; 25 Summer St., Newton Center 

FURLONG, IRA E. ; 1 1 60 South St., Bridgewater 

FURLONG, MARILYN H. ; 1 1 60 South St., Bridgewater 

GAMSON, RUTH M. ; 140 Maple Ave., Bridgewater 

GANNON, VINCENT H. ; 121 Plain St., Millis 

GEORGE, BARBARA; 74 Mt. Prospect St., Bridgewater 

GIANNINI, JOSEPH M. ; 113 Copeland St., W. Bridge- 
water 

GLEASON, WALTER J. ; 263 Walnut St., Braintree 

GREENE, CLAY L; 36 Park Ave., Whitman 

GROSS, REGINA M. ; Box 1 73, Bridg'ewater 

GUERIN, M. FRANCES; 76 Cross St., E. Bridgewater 

HALL, VERNA R. ; 1 4 Piper St., Quincy 

HAYWARD, MARJORIE E. ; 320 Foundry St., S. Easton 

HERRICK, JANE; 1 00 Pleasant St., Bridgewater 

HIGGINS, ELIZABETH M. ; 49 South St., Bridgewater 

HIRT, HOWARD F. ; 1 84 Harvard Circle, Newtonville 

HOLLIS, ELIZABETH; 25 Bates Ave., S. Weymouth 

HOWE, KENNETH J. ; 47 Vernon St., Bridgewater 

HOWIE, CHARLES W. ; 30 Auna Dr., Brockton 

HUSEK, STEPHANIE C; 194 No. Elm St., W. Bridge- 
water 

JACOBS, DONALD M. ; 240 Independence Dr., Chest- 
nut Hill 

JANSON, COLLETTE H. ; 98 Park St., Fall River 

JARVIS, MARY L. ; 1 70 Pleasant St., Bridgewater 
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JOKI, VIRGINIA C; 60 Short St., Taunton 
JOYAL, ACHILLEA.; 456 Washington St., Whitman 
JOYCE, MARGARET T. ; 440 South Main St., Randolph 
JUDAH, WAYNE M. ; 38 South St., Bridgewater 
KEAY, DONALD L. ; 31 Western Ave., N. Easton 
EELLEY, PAUL F. ; 490 W. Water St., Rockland 
KENDALL, WILLIAM L; 1 Barrows St., Middleboro 
KENT, JOHN J.; 697 Mountain St., N. Easton 
KNUDSON, THOMAS A.; 1 84 Forest St., Bridgewater 
KRASINSKI, SHIRLEY J. ; Box 1 25, Halifax 
KUBISKI, JOHN J. JR.; 1 5 Blossom, Fairhaven 
LAMBIASE, FRANK J. ; 1 1 Alice Rd., Randolph 
LEE, OLIVE; 65 Grove St., Bridgewater 
LEE, THOMAS S. ; 221 Aldrich Rd., Bridgewater 
LEHMAN, HARRY A.; 22 Dean St., Bridgewater 
LEMOS, ROBERT E. ; 21 8 Horseneck Rd., S. Dartmouth 
LEVESQUE, RALPH N. ; Mayflower Ave., Middleboro 
LIBERLES, JACOB; 1 298 Commonwealth Ave., Brighton 
LINDQUIST, EVELYN R. ; 140 Maple Ave., Bridgewater 
LOMAX, KATHERINE F. ; 81 Grove St., Bridgewater 
LUTZ, IVA V. ; 92 Bedford St., Bridgewater 
MAC CURDY, ROBERT D. ; 1 00 Norlen Pk., Bridgewater 

MACEWICZ, AGRIPPINA A.; 7 Maejim Lane, Bridge- 
water 

MAIER, EMANUEL; Woodcock Lane, Lincoln 

MAILLOUX, HENRY M. ; 47 Carmel Circle, Bridgewater 

MAKIN, PATRICIA M. ; 1 37 State Rd., N. Dartmouth 

MAKOKIAN, MICHAEL; 140 Iroquois Rd., Cumberland 

R.I. 
MARGANIAN, VAHE M. ; 1 1 Trudy Terrace, Brockton 
MARKS, MARY L. ; 29 Fremont St., Bridgewater 
MAZZAFERRO, PETER; 1 6A Pine St., Eastondale 
MCLELLAN, FRANCIS R. ; 996 South St., Roslindale 

MELVILLE, ANNABELLE M. ; 12 Maple Ave., Bridge- 
water 



MENICE, RICHARD M. ; 44 Branch Rd., S. Weymouth 
MILLER, JANICE W. ; 40 Hawes St., Brookline 
MISH, LAWRENCE B. ; 191 Main St., Bridgewater 
MORIARTY, MARY J. ; 92 Birch St., Bridgewater 
MORIN, WALTER A. ; 1 94 Summer St., Bridgewater 
MORWICK, DAVID A. ; 249 Lawton St., Somerset 
NADAL, RITA K. ; 52 South St., Bridgewater 
NELSON, MARIAN E. ; 59 Grant Ave., Brockton 
NERNEY, JAMES K. ; 53 Dennis St., Attleboro 
NOEL, MARY; 24 Pearl St., Bridgewater 
NOONAN, DANIEL J. ; Carver St., Halifax 
NOYES, BETTY A. ; 98 Frankton Ave., Brockton 
OAKLEY, ADELINE D. ; 24 Reynolds Ave., Randolph 
OIEN, ARTHUR C; 503 South St., Bridgewater 
PADULA, LENORE M. ; 15 Hammond St., Bridgewater 
PAGANO, JOSEPH M. ; 42 Cottage St., Bristol, R.I. 
PARKER, ROBERT B. ; 59 Canterbury Rd., Lynnfield 
PHILLIPS, PATRICIA A. ; Box 48, East Freetown 
PHILLIPS, WAYNE R. ; 207 Lynn Rs., Brockton 
PITTS, WILLIS N. ; 1 65 Washington, Sherbom 
POE'SEPP, BARBARA F. ; 36 Mt. Prospect, Bridgewater 
REED, DOUGLAS L. ; 1 54 Homestead Ave., Weymouth 
REVOTSKIE, PETER, 68 Rolling Lane, Weston, Mass. 
ROMERO, MARGARET; 299 Beverly Rd., Chestnut Hill 
ROSEN, HENRY; 14 Oak Ridge Dr., Brockton 
ROTSTEIN, MAURICE J. ; 25 Sweetwater Ave., Bedford 
RUCKER, ELLEN; 31 Pleasant St., Bridgewater 
RUGER, MARJORIE A. ; Box 222, Middleboro 
SCHIPPERS, LOUIS; 35 Trudy Terrace, Brockton 

SCHOENKNECHT, DARYLJANE; 161 Hancock St., Cam- 
bridge 
SCHOPP, HAZEL M. ; 43 Pleasant St., Braintree 

SCROGGS, JAMES R. ; 48 Laurel Dr., Bridgewater 

SHAPIRO, AAARY C. ; 9 Jones River Dr., Kingston 

SHEINFELD, SAMUEL N. ; 891 Pleasant St., Brockton 



SIMPSON, DONALD C; 72 Keith Place, E. Bridgewater 

SMITH, JOHANNE M. ; 48 John St., N. Quincy 

SOUZA, MARGARET R. ; 91 S. Main St., Raynham 

SPENCE, BENJAMIN; 388 High St., Raynham 

SPRAGUE, DORIS M. ; 464 High St., Bridgewater 

STAFFORD, LINDA B. ; 34 Crescent St., Whitman 

SWARDSTROM, JOHN W. ; 42 Carmel Circle, Bridge- 
water 

SWENSON, EDWARD C, 335 Franklin St., Whitman 

TEBBETTS, DORIS E. ; 1 72 W. Chestnut St., Brockton 

TERHUNE, GEORGE W-; Box 94, Bridgewater 

THOMAS, ABRAHAM V. ; 14 Buswell St., Boston 

THORNBURG, MARY LOU; 27 Clough Rd., Dedham 

VINING, CORA M. ; 65 Grove St., Bridgewater 

WALL, WILLIAM J. ; 48 Linden Lane, Bridgewater 

WEBB, MARCIA A. ; 24 Frontage Rd., Westport 

WELLMAN, MILDRED R. ; Box 2 1 3, E. Bridgewater 

WEYGAND, GEORGE A., 1 44 South St., Bridgewater 

WOLFGRAM, CAROL ANN, 74 Wall St., Bridgewater 

WOOD, DOROTHY .E. ; 544 Main St., Bridgewater 

WOOD, SHIRLEY ANN; 261 9 Wellington St., N. Dighton 

WOODWARD, JENNIFER L. ; 207 N. Main St., Sharon 

WORDEN, VINCENT J-. ; 1 20 Bedford St., New Bedford 

YOKELSON, JOSEPH B. ; 1 1 Lee Rd., Sharon 

HOUSE MOTHERS 

MRS. HELEN L. COOPER; 75 Springhill Ave., Bridge- 
water 

MRS. MARTHA L. JOHNSON; 768 High St., Bridge- 
water 

MISS IRENE E. MELLO; 488 South St., Bridgewater 

MISS MABEL E. PRIESTLEY; 5 Wood St., Plymouth 

MRS. CLARA J. SULLIVAN; 238 Pleasant St., Bridge- 
water 

MRS. HILDA M. WINTERBOTTOM; 81 1 Shawmut Ave., 

New Bedford 

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BARBARA JEAN ABRAHAM, 1 9 Westborough St., Worcester 
Elementary; ACE; Visual Arts Club; Newman Club; Drama Club 

CAROL ANN AFFONSO, 207 Court St., New Bedford 
English; STEAM; Kappa Delta Pi 

SIDNEY PAUL AKERBLOM, 671 East St., Brockton 
History 

DONNA MARIE ALBAUGH, 48 Barden St., Hanover 
Elementary; Campus Comment; Newman Club; Visual Arts 

JEANNINE ALBERNAZ, 301 Austin St., Fall River 
Elementary; Newman Club; STEAM 

SANDRA ANN ALMEIDA, 75 Eugenia St., New Bedford 
Elementary; Newman Club; STEAM 

CHERYL MARIAN AMARAL, 1 1 Ball St., New Bedford 
Elementary; Newman Club; French Club; STEAM 

STEPHEN JOHN AMARAL, 367 Middle Rd., Acushnet 
History; Newman Club; Phi Pi Delta; Campus Comment 

STEPHEN D. ANDERSON, 501 Bay St., Taunton 
History; Golf Team; Herodotus Club 

STEWART L. ANDERSON, School St., Barre 
History; Kappa Delta Phi; Herodotus Club 

CLARK BRADFORD ANGIER, 382 Spring St., Marshfield 
English; Track 

JANET A. ANGIER, 6 Hodges St., Taunton 
English; Kappa Delta Pi 

PATRICIA ANNE AUGUSTA, 194 County St., New Bedford 
Elementary; Newman Club; STEAM 



B 

JEFFREY JOSEPH BAKER, 4 Derry Street, Weymouth 
English 

LYN ANNE BALDWIN, 197 Park Ave., Bridgewater 

English; Vice-Pres. Modern Dance Club; Drama Club; CF 

Publicity Chairman; Verse Choir 

MARTHA MERRILL BALL, 9 Green Dr., Stoughton 
Elementary; Kappa Delta Pi; STEAM; CF 

NANCY L. BARBOZA, 44-1 8th St., Fall River 
English; Kappa Delta Pi; STEAM 

ELIZABETH ANN BARDSLEY, 91 Bruce Rd., Walpole 
Elementary; CF; Chapbook; Verse Choir; Drama Club 

PATRICIA ANNE BARKHOUSE, 27 County Rd., Marion 
Elementary; CF; STEAM 

RICHARD JAMES BARRY, 351 Plymouth St., Middleboro 
English; Phi Pi Delta 

BRENDA JANE BARTON, 164 Summer St., Weymouth 
French; French Club; Newman Club; STEAM 

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REBECCA M. BATES, 41 7 Beech wood St., Cohasset 
Mathematics; CF Pres.; Organ Club; STEAM; Band 

AMBER ELIZABETH BELL, Union St., Franklin 
English; CF 

MARY LOUISE BELL, 2 Myrtle St., Middleboro 
Mathematics; Band; Math Club; SNRA 

ALFRED STEPHEN BENBENEK, 431 Fisher Rd., Westport 
Elementary; Kappa Delta Phi; SCA Ass't. Treas.; Newman Club 

CECILIA MARIE BENEVIDES, 33 Tower St., Fall River 
Elementary; Newman Club; STEAM 

ROSEMARY BENOIT, 366 Spring St., Hanson 
Mathematics; Newman Club 

DELLA MAGDALENE BENSON, 18 Pembroke St., Kingston 
Elementary; ACE; STEAM 

RICHARD CROCKER BENTON II, 418 Summer St.„Bridgewater 
Chemistry 

MARGARET BERGEN, 349 Plain St., Millis 
Elementary; Newman Club 

LINDA LOUISE BERGSTROM, 27 Forsberg St., Worcester 
Physical Education; PEM Club; CF; STEAM 

MILDRED D. BERKOWITZ, 254 Plymouth St., New Bedford 
English 

KATHLEEN MARIE BERRY, 1 7 Grover St., Walpole 
English; Dormitory Council; Newman Club 

GERALD S. BERTRAND, 39 Gilmore St., Quincy 

History; Pres. IRC; Vice-Pres. Herodotus Club; Treas.— Business 

Manager-of Campus Comment 

RITA ETHEL BIGELOW, 9 Warren Ave., Middleboro 
Elementary; STEAM 

GEORGE BISCARI, 295 Shaw St., New Bedford 
French 

ALBERT BISSARD, 121 Main St., Lakeville 
History 

JANET BOARDMAN, 753 New Boston Rd., Fall River 
Elementary; Kappa Delta Pi; Visual Arts Club; DSA 

NANCY ELAINE BOTELHO, 19 Maynard St., Fall River 
History 

BARBARA M. BOURBEAU, 235 Myrtle St., New Bedford 
Elementary; Newman Club; STEAM; Kappa Delta Pi 

JO-ANN LOUISE BOURGEOIS, 9 Pleasant St., North Attleboro 
Elementary; CF; STEAM; Visual Arts Club; Library Club; ACE 

JOSEPH EDWARD BOYLE, 62 Augustine St., Brockton 
Elementary 

LINDA R. BRADFORD, 835 Plymouth St., Abington 
Elementary; Drama Club; Verse Choir; Chorale; CF; STEAM 

CARLA M. BROMAN, c/o Schrage 6557 N. Oliphant Ave., 

Chicago, III. 
Geography 

RONALD CARL BROMAN, 445 West Center St., West Bridge- 
water 



Geography; Basketball, Co-Captain; Earth Science Club, Treas.; 
Sr. Rep. to MAA 

JANET MARILYN BROWN, 50 Dyer St., Brockton 

Elementary; Newman Club; STEAM; Glee Club; Pope Hall 

Treasurer; Visual Arts 

JAN IS E. BROWN, 33 Friend St., Taunton 
Elementary; STEAM; Newman Club 

JUNE MARIE BUCY, 5050 Washington St., West Roxbury 
Physical Education; WRA Vice-Pres.; Kappa Delta Pi, Pres.; 
PEM Club 

MARSHA E. BURGESS, 19 Nelson St., Plymouth 
Elementary; STEAM; CF 

ALICE MARGARET BURGMYER, 198 Hanover St., Fall River 
Elementary 

MARY CHRISTINE BURKHEAD, 738 East 6th St., South Boston 
Physical Education; WRA Pres.; Tillinghast Hall, Vice-Pres.; 
PEM; Newman Club 

ELIZABETH ANNE BURNS, 51 Worcester St., Grafton 
Elementary; Freshman Class Treasurer,- Newman Club; Visual 
Arts 

KATHLEEN FLORENCE BYRNE, 1708 Plymouth St., Bridgewater 
Elementary; Dormitory Council; Glee Club; SCA Delegate 

WILLIAM P. BYSTROM, 33 Dailey Ave., North Easton 
History; Herodotus Club; Alpha Upsilon 



RAYMOND JOSEPH CABANA, 87 Surrey Rd., Springfield 
Elementary; Kappa Delta Pi; Newman Club; Men's Dorm 
Council Secretary 

RUTH R. CABRAL, 160 Bradford St., Provincetown 
Elementary; ACE, Secretary and Vice President; STEAM 

MARY THERESA CADIGAN, 6 Bulow Place, Hingham 
Elementary; Newman Club 

EDWARD JAMES CALABRESE, 72 Spring St., Bridgewater 
Biology; Newman Club; Biology Club, Vice President; Kappa 
Delta Pi 

KATHLEEN ANN CAMARA, 61 Rodney St., New Bedford 
English; Drama Club, Pres., V.P.; Newman Club; Kappa Delta 
Phi; STEAM; SCA Delegate 

SANDRA JANE CAMARA, 1 23 Freeman St., Norton 

Physical Education; Cheerleader, Captain; PEM; Visual Arts 

Club; Verse Speaking Choir 

LYDIA JOYCE CAMPOS, 74 Summerfield St., Fall River 
Elementary; STEAM 

DIANE R. CAPLETTE, 216 Harwich St., New Bedford 
French; French Club; Newman Club; STEAM 

ANDREA MARIE CAREY, 1268 President Ave., Fall River 
Elementary; Visual Arts Club; IRC 

JEANNE LINDA CARLSON, 95 Sheridan St., North Easton 
Elementary; Glee Club; Chorale; Alpha Yearbook; Asst. Class 



Treasurer, Sr. Yr.; Publicity Chairman, Sr. Yr.; Newman Club; 
STEAM 

DEBORAH ANN CARNAROLI, 10 Nelson St., Hopedale 
Elementary; Newman Club; Organ Club, VP, Treas.; Dormitory 
Council, VP; Visual Arts Club; STEAM 

ROBERT ARTHUR CARNEY, 524 Stafford St., Cherry Valley 
History 

LOIS MARY CARREIRO, 147 Grant St., Fall River 
Elementary; Newman Club; STEAM; Kappa Delta Pi 

DAVID JOHN CASONI, 82 Pleasant St., Whitman 

Earth Science; Alpha Upsilon; Earth Science Club; Biology Club 

RACINE LEE CASTALDO, 220 High St., Wareham 

History; Band; Class Secretary, 3; Dormitory Council, Pres.; 

Kappa Delta Pi; Newman Club 

MARIE ANN CASTELLUZZI, 94 Prospect St., Brockton 
Elementary; Newman Club; STEAM 

MAUREEN PATRICIA CHAMBERS, 20 Apple Tree Ln., Weymouth 
Elementary; Newman Club 

DIANE CHARLTON, 641 Summer St., Weymouth 
Elementary; CF 

FRANCINE A. CHARRON, 230 Market St., Amesbury 
History; Newman Club; Herodotus Club; STEAM 

JOHN CHELLEL III, 43 Sharps Lot Road, Swansea 

Elementary; Men's Dormitory Council, Pres.; Newman Club; 

Visual Arts Club 

MADELINE ANNE CHENARD, 93 Wordell Road, Somerset 
Elementary 

RAYMOND PETER CHESTNUT, 129 Bellevue Ave., Brockton 
History 

CLAIRE ELLEN CHILDS, 449 West Water St., Rockland 
Physical Education; PEM, VP; Newman Club 

KATHRYN FRANCES CHIPPENDALE, 253 Locust St., Fall River 
Elementary; Biology Club; Newman Club; Glee Club; STEAM 

MARGARET MARY CHIULLI, 374 West Elm St., Brockton 
English; DSA; Campus Comment; Chorale; Glee Club; Newman 
Club; Alpha Yearbook 

ROBERT W. CLARK, 434 Gurney Rd., East Freetown 
Biology; Biology Club, Treas. 

EDITH ANN CLARKE, 91 West Bacon St., Plainville 
Elementary; STEAM; CF 

WILLIAM JAMES CLIFFORD, 19 Stella Rd., Brockton 
Math; Math Club 

ELIZABETH SYLVIA COBB, 379 Temple St., Duxbury 
Biology; Debate Club; Biology Club 

ROBERT CHRISTOPHER COGIANO, 170 Old Washington St., 

Pembroke 
Biology; Biology Club; Newman Club 

SUSAN J. COLLINS, Shady Oaks, Pemberton, N.J. 
Physical Education; PEM; Newman Club; Glee Club; Chorale- 
Kappa Delta Pi; Drama Club 215 



LINDA ANNE COLSON, 103 Rock St., Whitman 
Math; STEAM; Math Club; Kappa Delta Pi 

MAUREEN ALICE CONDON, 154 Brook St., Brockton 

English; Campus Comment, Ed; Kappa Delta Pi, VP; Drama 

Club; Glee Club 

AUDREY ELAINE CONGER, 89 Swan Ave., Worcester 
Physical Education; PEM; Glee Club; Kappa Delta Pi 

KATHLEEN M. CONNERNEY, 23 Brierwood Rd., Braintree 
Elementary 

BARBARA ELLEN CONNOLLY, 615 Sea St., Quincy 
Elementary 

CLAIRE MARY CONNOLLY, 39 Fairmount Ave., Brockton 
Elementary; SNEA; Newman Club 

PAULA MAE COOK, 122 Weston Ave., Braintree 
Elementary; STEAM; SNEA 

MARIE CLAIRE COPELLO, 25 Bradford St., Stoughton 
History; Cheerleader 

PAULINE JANET CORMIER, 242 Nash Rd., New Bedford 
Elementary; Newman Club; Visual Arts; STEAM 

SALLY CLAUDIA CORREIA, 53 Birchwood Dr., New Bedford 
Elementary; STEAM 

PATRICIA ANNE COTE, 18 Wellington PI., Brockton 
Elementary 

KATHLEEN E. COTTER, Hollis St., Pepperell 
English; Newman Club; Drama Club, Sec, VP 

BERNADETTE JEANNE MARIE COULOMBE, 331 Winthrop St., 

Taunton 
Elementary 

EDWARD MARSHALL COUTO, 51 Bonney St., New Bedford 
History; Newman Club; Band 

ELAINE C. CRONIN, 26 Taylor Ave., Brockton 
Elementary 

NANCY MARY CRONIN, 20 Loucraft Ave., Brockton 
Elementary 

KARL PERRY CROWELL, 766 Montello St., Brockton 
English; Campus Comment, Ed.; CC House 

WILLIAM E. CROWLEY, 104 South St., Bridgewater 
Biology; Biology Club 

VIRGINIA MOORE CRUICKSHANK, 44 Allen Rd., North Easton 
French; French Club; Newman Club; Glee Club 

NANCY PAULA CUNHA, 542 Kirby St., New Bedford 
Elementary; Newman Club; SNEA; ACE 

MARCIA LOUISE CUNNINGHAM, 10 Belgian Rd., Danvers 
Elementary; STEAM; Newman Club; SNEA; Dorm Council, 
Treas. 

ANN CREHAN CURLEY, 38 Bartlett St., Avon 
Elementary; Kappa Delta Pi; STEAM 

ELINOR FRANCES CURTIN, 532 Main St., Haverhill 
English; Drama Club; Glee Club; Campus Comment 
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BARBARA J. McCANN CWIKLA, 497 June St., Fall River 
Elementary; Newman Club 

D 

DONNA M. DALEY, 159 High St., Hanson 

English; Auabrytes; Campus Comment; Alpha, Literary Editor; 

SCA Delegate 4; DSA Delegate 4; Newman Club; French Club 

JOHN M. D'ANGELO, 84 Tyler St., Quincy 
Mathematics; Football; Newman Club; VP Math Club 

HENRY L. DANIS, 537 Sanford Rd., Westport 
History; Pres.. Men's Dorm; Chairman Assembly Committee- 
Kappa Delta Pi; Phi Alpha Theta 

FRANCIS N. DELAGE, 33 Chestnut St., Spencer 
History 

GLORIA JEAN DEMELLO, 113 Division St., New Bedford 
English; Visual Arts; Newman Club 

AVA DEMERS, 17 Columbus Ave., North Easton 
Elementary; Cheerleader 

PHYLLIS DEMORANVILLE, 382 North St., New Bedford 
Elementary; STEAM; CF 

MAURICE DESMARAIS, 1086 Stafford Rd., Fall River 

History; Kappa Delta Phi; Newman Club; Chorale; Glee Club; 

Drama Club 

DONNA F. DESMOND, 7 Samson Dr., Westboro 
Elementary; Newman Club 

RAYMOND N DES ROCHES, 70 Minot St., Falmouth 
Biology; Biology Club 

BERNICE M. DEVINE, 68 Utica St., Quincy 
Elementary; Newman Club; Visual Arts Club 

JANET L. DIGRAVIO, 25 Mass. Ave., Quincy 

Elementary; Kappa Delta Pi; Newman Club; Campus Comment 

KATHLEEN M. DILLON, 20 Woodlawn St., Randolph 
Elementary; Newman Club 

PATRICIA M. DILLON, 25 Henshaw St., Brighton 

English; Dormitory Council; Campus Comment; Newman Club; 

Alph Staff; Visual Arts Club 

STEPHEN DIZEL, 3 Smith Terrace, Braintree 
History; Herodotus Club; IRC; Golf Team 

RUTH E. DONOVAN, 76 Gilson Rd., Scituate 
Elementary 

ELEANOR T. DOOLEY, 8 Tremont St., Charlestown 
Elementary; Sec. Soph. Year, VP WRA; Newman Club 

ANGELINA L. DUARTE, 517 Robeson St., Fall River 
Elementary 

JO-ANN C. DUBE, 261 Conduit St., New Bedford 
Elementary; Newman Club; STEAM; Visual Arts Club 

MARY R. DUFFY, 864 Robeson St., New Bedford 
Elementary; Newman Club; Math Club 

DONNA DUGAN, 16 Summer St., Medford 

Elementary; Newman Club, VP Jr. Year, Sec. Sr. Year; Kappa 

Delta Pi; STEAM 



DORIS A. DUGAN, 142 Highland Ave., Arlington 
History; Newman Club 

CONSTANCE DUNN, 45 Tremont St., Brockton 
Elementary 

DIANNE N. DUPHINEY, 16 Rolfe Ave., Swansea 
English 

KATHLEEN R. DUTSON, 32 Birchbrow Ave., North Weymouth 
Biology; Treas. Biology Club 

MAUREEN E. DWYER, 85 Gardner St., Hingham 
Elementary; ACE; STEAM; Newman Club 

LINDA D. C. DYER, 47 Dean Place, East Bridgewater 
Elementary 



ALLEN C. EKLUND, 176 Water St., Plymouth 
Earth Science 

MARGARET ANN ERICKSON, 203 Richmond St., New Bedford 
Elementary; Newman Club; Kappa Delta Pi 

THOMAS EVANS, 42 Center St., Turners Falls 
Elementary; Treas. Men's Dorm,- Kappa Delta Phi 



CATHERINE M. FALCON, 12 Sawtell, Brockton 
Elementary; Glee Club; Alpha 

CHERYL M. FAMILANT, 86 Summer St., Brockton 

French; Kappa Delta Pi; Verse Speaking Choir; Drama Club; 

French Club; Menorah Club 

CHERYL J. FARIS, 206 McClosky St., Fall River 
English; Campus Comment; Chapbook; Drama Club 

KEVIN J. FARRELL, 78 GoldenCrest Ave., Waltham 
English; Pres. Phi Pi Delta; Campus Comment 

ALLEGRA FEENEY, 123 Walnut St., Halifax 
Elementary 

DIANE FERIOLI, 18 Wall St., Bridgewater 

Elementary; Newman Club; Glee Club; Layout Editor Alpha, 

Treas. Sr. Class; STEAM 

CAROL A. FERREIRA, 208 Nash Rd., New Bedford 
Biology; Biology Club 

ANDREW R. FERRIS, 38 Kearsage Rd., Marshfield 
Mathematics; Capt. Golf Team; Newman Club; Kappa Delta Phi 

FANCIS FILIPPETTI, 535 Main St., Bridgewater 
Elementary 

KENNETH V. FISCHER, 164 Harrison Ave., Somerset 
Chemistry; Newman Club 

DALE E. FISHER, 142 Woodward Ave., Brockton 
Mathematics 

ELAINE T. FLANAGAN, 181 High St., Canton 
Elementary; Newman Club; STEAM 



LYNNE A. FLETCHER, 105 Storrs Ave., Braintree 
Elementary; STEAM; Kappa Delta Phi 

JULIA N. FOLEY, 74 Prospect St., Brockton 
History; IRC Club 

NANCY E. FOLSOM, 131 Market St., Rockland 
Mathematics; CF 

ALFRED C. FREDRICK JR., 591 Main St., Chatham 
History 

MARY E. FURZE, 24 Bond St., Fall River 
English; Newman Club 



SUZANNE MARIE GABLE, 1 101 Pleasant St., Bridgewater 
Physical Education 

MARGARITA GALATEROS, 1 1 Rockland Ave., Brockton 
Biology; Campus Comment, Layout Staff; Treas. and Sec, 
Chameleon Coffee House; Biology Club 

LEO PATRICK GALLIVAN, 184 Hayward St., East Braintree 
English 

JOAN MARIE GANGWISCH, 403 Manchester St., Fall River 
Elementary; STEAM 

ROBERT GASPAR, 279 Bolton St., New Bedford 
History; Newman Club; Drama Club 

SANDRA ANN GATTENBY, 1 83 Ferry St., Lawrence 
Elementary; CF 

MYLES STEPHEN GATTERMAN, 109 Connecticut Ave., Somerset 
History; Herodotus Club; Menorah Club; Kappa Delta Pi; Phi 
Alpha Theta 

MADELEINE MARIE GAUDREAU, 19 Warren St., New Bedford 
French; French Club 

DIANE MARIE GERMAINE, 1 5 Ames St., Brockton 
Mathematics; Newman Club; Math Club 

MARYLEE GILCHRIST, 34 Grant St., Taunton 
Elementary; Newman Club; STEAM; Alpha Layout Staff 

DANIEL JOSEPH GILLEN JR., 3 Andover St., Brockton 
History 

RENE ALFRED GISSINGER, 187 Collette St., New Bedford 
English 

DAVID ALAN GLEASON, 10 Fourth Ave., Weweantic Shores, 

Wareham 
Elementary 

PHILLIP MICHAEL GRABLE, 470 Commercial St., Weymouth 
Elementary; Football 

PATRICIA MARY GREENE, 735 Nantasket Ave., Hull 
English; Newman Club 

PATRICIA CONANT GREGORY, 47 William St., Rockland 
Elementary; STEAM; Newman Club 

CARMEN EDWARD GUARINO, 1609 North Shore Rd., Revere 
English; Football 217 



JANET MARY GUIMOND, 150 Commonwealth Ave., Attleboro 
English 

H 

JOAN M. HAGGERTY, 156 Linden St., Fall River 
French; Newman Club; French Club 

BARBARA A. HAGSTROM, 269 Plain St., Norton 
English 

LINDA A. HALL, 27 Lewiston St., Hyde Park 

Elementary Newman Club; Drama Club; STEAM; Visual Arts 

Club 

CLAIRE S. HAMEL, 185 South Main St., Acushnet 
Elementary; Newman Club, Pres; Dorm Council Pope Hall; Vis- 
ual Arts Club; STEAM 

LOIS A. HANNON, 9 Dimick St., Somerville 

Elementary; SCA Delegate 2, 3, Sec. SCA Sr. Year; Glee Club; 

Newman Club 

ELLEN L HANRON, 15 Peterson Rd., South Easton 
Elementary 

HELEN M. HARGRAVES, 53 Metacomet Ave., Swansea 
Elementary; Kappa Delta Pi 

DAVID K. HARRIS JR., 467 Washington St., Whitman 

Mathematics 

RUTH S. HAYDEN, Box 21 , Marstons Mills 
Elementary 

LAURA L. HAYES, 95 West Central St., Natick 
Elementary; STEAM; CF; IRC Club 

ROBERT R. HAYNES, 568 Middle St., East Weymouth 
Mathematics; Math Club 

ALICE M. HAZELHURST, Indian Trail, Dennisport 
Mathematics; Math Club 

JACQUELINE A. HEFFERNAN, 5 Ernest Rd., N. Weymouth 
Elementary; Newman Club 

KENNETH T. HEMENWAY, 21 Glenley Terrace, Brighton 
Earth Science; Kappa Delta Phi; ES Club 

NANCY P. HENERBERRY, 10 Pinckney St., Taunton 
Elementary; STEAM 

PRISCILLA P. HILLER, 1 14 Green St., Fairhaven 
English 

CYNTHIA A. HOBBS, 45 West Park St., Kingston 
Elementary; Newman Club; STEAM; Kappa Delta Pi 

PHYLLIS E. HOBIN, 24 Victoria St., Dorchester 
Elementary; Library Committee 

RALPH E. HOKANSON, 236 Cross St., Norwell 

History; Kappa Delta Pi; Phi Alpha Theta; IRC Club; Herodotus 

Club ' 

CAROLYN A. HOLLERAN, 74 Forest St., Fall River 
History; Newman Club 

JOAN KAREN HOPKINS, 33 River St., West Bridgewater 

Mathematics; Math Club; CF 

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BRUCE E. HOUDE, 40 Summer St., East Bridgewater 
Mathematics; Alpha Upsilon; Sr. Class Marshall; Chapbook 

BARBARA E. HOUGH, 33 Arnold Rd., Hingham, Mass. 
Physical Education; PEM Club; CF; STEAM 

DIANE C. HUEBENER, Old Dock Rd., West Falmouth 
Elementary; CF; STEAM; Kappa Delta Pi 

THOMAS W. HUMPHREY, Box 75, Park St., Weatboro 

History; Football; VP Men's Dorm; Newman Club; Kappa Delta 

Phi 

MARY LOU HYLAND, 30 Pine St., Taunton 
Earth Science; ES Club; Drama Club 



EILEEN F. IACAPONI, 20 Elmwood Rd., New Bedford 
Elementary; Pres. Fresh. Class, VP Sr. Class; Campus Com- 
ment; Alpha; Newman Club; STEAM; Visual Arts Club 

LESLIE A. INDRESANO, 101 South St., Bridgewater 
Elementary 

JOHN F. INDRESANO, 101 South St., Bridgewater 
Elementary; Pres. Jr. Class; SCA Rep. 

MRS. BETTY M. ISIDORIO, 35 Hodges Ave., Taunton 
Elementary; Newman Club 



MRS. ROSALIE L. SLOWIK JACINTHO, 4612 Acushnet Ave., 

New Bedford 
Elementary; Earth Science Club; STEAM; Alpha; Kappa Delta Pi 

ELIZABETH FRANCES JALKUT, 61 Himoor Circle, Randolph 
Elementary 

WENDY JENKINS, 29 High St., Stoneham 

Physical Education; Pres. Aquabrytes; Sec. WRA; PEM Club 

REBECCA JEROME, 102 Belcher St., Holbrook 
Elementary; STEAM 

ROSE MARIE JOHN, 47 Willis St., New Bedford 
English 

CHARLENE SANDRA JOHNSON, 82 Lyman St., Brockton 
Health and Physical Education; Aquabrytes; PEM Club 

SUSAN M. JOHNSON, 29 Folsom Ave., E. Bridgewater 
Biology; VP Biology Club 

MELODIE ANN JONES, 50 Gosnold St., Hyannis 
Math; Christian Fellowship; Math Club 

CHERYL ANN JORDAN, 46 Crosstown Ave., West Roxbury 
Elementary; Glee Club; Chorale; Drama Club; Visual Arts Club 

MRS. RUTH ANN COUTO JOYNER, 27 Conserve Ave., Westport 
Elementary; Newman Club; STEAM 

K 

ANN P. KAVANAUGH, 1751 Washington St., So. Braintree 
Mathematics 



WILLIAM JOHN KEAVENEY, 71 Bromfield St., Watertown 
History; Herodotus Club; Football Captain 

LAWRENCE R. KELLEHER, 398 Livingston St., Tewksbury 
History; Kappa Delta Phi; Basketball; Baseball; Herodotus Club; 
Newman Club 

CAROLYN ANN KELLEY, 1 1 Auna Dr., Brockton 
Elementary; Newman Club 

PAUL CHARLES KILLGOAR JR., 1 36 Walnut St., Stoughton 
Chemistry 

RITA STEPHANIE KIRSCH, 240 Main St., Hingham 
English; Newman Club; Modern Dance Club; Drama Club 

KENNETH JOSEPH KIRWIN, 234 B Morrissey Blvd., Quincy 
Biology; Biology Club 

PHYLLIS KLAIMAN, 67 Pleasant St., Fairhaven 
Mathematics 

PAULA G. KNAPINSKI, 47 Fairview Ave., Taunton 
Elementary; STEAM; Kappa Delta Pi 

PAULINE LAURA KUTHAN, 15 Nye's Lane, Acushnet 
English; Drama Club; Newman Club; STEAM 



GAYLE E. LAMB, 31 Gov. Long Rd., Hingham 
Elementary 

VIVIAN M. LARRIVEE, 98 Veventeenth St., Fall River 
Elementary; Newman Club; STEAM 

MADELEINE M. LAVOIE, 81 Gardner Ave., Somerset 
Elementary; Newman Club; STEAM; Kappa Delta Pi 

JOHN M. LEARY, 5 Virginia Circle, Randolph 
Earth Science; Phi Pi Delta; ES Club 

CHRISTINE G. LECUYER, 338 Washington St., Taunton 
Elementary; Newman Club 

MARGARET LEITER, 473 County St., Seekonk 

Elementary; Kappa Delta Pi; Newman Club; ACE; STEAM; Visual 

Arts Club 

CHRISTINE LELITO, 1443 Main St., Whitman 
Physical Education; PEM; Newman Club; Aquabrytes 

LILLIAN R. LEMOS, 81 Thompson St., New Bedford 
Elementary; DSA 

CAROL J. LEONARD, 25 Trescott St., Taunton 
Elementary; Chorale,- Glee Club; Newman Club; STEAM 

DOROTHY T. LEONARD, 295 Wareham St., Middleboro 
Elementary 

PAULINE C. LEPAGE, 63 Cook St., Fall River 
History; Newman Club; Organ Club; Herodotus Club 

LINDA R. LERRO, 95 Canton St., Randolph 

Elementary; Newman Club; Library Club; Kappa Delta Pi 

JEANNE CECILE LEVESQUE, 94 Kellog St., Fall River 
French; Kappa Delta Pi; French Club; Newman Club 



H. JUNE LIBERMAN, 47 Plymouth St., Bridgewater 
English; Drama Club; Verse Choir; Kappa Delta Pi 

PETER FREDERICK LIBERMAN, 47 Plymouth St., Bridgewater 
History; SCA Del. Sr. Year; Drama Club; Verse Choir 

BERNADETTEM. LIMA, 380 Robeson St., Fall River 
Elementary; Newman Club; Math Club 

DIANE H. LINDSTROM, 51 Rockland Ave., Attleboro 

English; Campus Comment; Chapbook; Drama Club; Newman 

Club 

JAMES E. LONZAK, 50 Royalton St., Chicopee 

Mathematics; Math Club; Golf; Basketball; Cross Country; Verse 

Speaking Choir; Drama Club; Phi Pi Delta 

JANE M. LOPES, Box 133 Middleboro Rd., East Freetown 
English; Newman Club; STEAM; Drama Club 

NANCY M. LOWE, 74 Evans St., N. Weymouth 
Elementary; ACE; STEAM; Newman Club 

NATALIE L. LUTI, 915 S. Franklin St., Holbrook 
Elementary; Glee Club 

CLAIRE A. LYLE, 143 Bellevue St., New Bedford 
Elementary; ACE; STEAM; Newman Club; Visual Arts Club 

AA 

JANE KATHLEEN MAC DONALD, 55 Alden Rd., Weymouth 
Elementary; Alpha; Library Club 

ELIZABETH-ANN MACHADO, 269 Wilbur St., Fall River 
Elementary; Newman Club; STEAM; SNEA 

SHARON LEE MACK, No. 4 Village, West Warren, Mass. 
Elementary; Visual Arts Club, Public Relations Co-Chairman 

JEAN MARY MAC KAY, 42 Wilmarth Rd., Braintree 
Physical Education; PEM Club 

JUDITH ELLEN MAGOON, 10 Lynn St., Lawrence 
Elementary; Christian Fellowship; ACE; STEAM 

LUCILLE CHRISTINE MANSFIELD, Middleboro Rd., East Freetown 
English; Biology Club; Program Director of Chameleon Conver- 
sation Coffee House 

JEAN M. MARK, 27 Crescent Ave., Scituate 
Elementary 

MARY RITA MARTIN, 21 First St., Taunton 
Elementary; Band; STEAM 

STEPHEN B. MARTIN, 415 Ralph Talbot St. 
Education; Newman Club; Kappa Delta Pi; Chorale 

JANE LOUISE MATHER, 29 Harrison Ave., North Easton 
Health and Physical Education; PEM Club; Cheerleader 

NANCY CAROLYN MC AVOY, 120 Porter St., Stoughton 
Elementary; Christian Fellowship 

FRANCES MC CABE, 4 Richmond St., Brockton 

English; Glee Club 2 1 9 



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SUSAN JANE NARDI, Elm St., Raynham 
English 

PRISCILLA C. NELSON, 26 Arnold Road, North Quincy 
Elementary; Visual Arts Club 

HOLLY A. NICHOLAS, 10317 Jason Rd., Richmond, Va. 
Elementary; Kappa Delta Pi 

ELAINE MARIE NIHILL, 69 Plain St., Rockland 
Elementary; Newman Club; STEAM 

ANDREA L. NOLAN, 20 Grove Circle, S. Braintree 
Elementary; Newman Club; ACE; STEAM; Visual Arts Club 

BARBARA J. NOLE, Harvard Rd., Shirley 

Physical Education; Glee Club; Chorale; Aquabrytes Swim 

Club; Newman Club; STEAM; PEM Club 

CHARLES NOTIS, 148 Augusta Ave., Brockton 

Earth Science; Chorale; Pres. and Vice-Pres. Earth Science Club 

JANE ELIZABETH NUGENT, 310 Belmont St., Fall River 
Physical Education; Newman Club; PEM Club; Choral Society; 
Kappa Delta Pi; WRA Pres.; Campus Comment 

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BARBARA ANN O'BRIEN, 145 Lavoli Ave., Braintree 
History; Modern Dance Club, Secretary; CF, Secretary; STEAM 

EMALIE O'BRIEN, High Street, Assonet 
Elementary; CF; STEAM 

PATRICIA O'BRIEN, 66 Canton St., Stoughton 
Elementary; Newman Club 

KATHLEEN THERESA O'DONNELL, 31 Amesbury St., N. Quincy 
Elementary; Newman Club; STEAM; Kappa Delta Pi 

NANCY ANN OLIVEIRA, 73 Woolley St., Fall River 
Elementary; Newman Club 

RICHARD JAMES OLSEN, 49 Fowler St., Randolph 
Biology; Biology Club 

JANICE M. OLSON, Lewis St., Petersham 
Physical Education; PEM; Kappa Delta Pi; CF 

DAVID WILLIAM O'SHEA, 81 N. Leyden St., Brockton 
Elementary; Basketball 

DOMINIC JAMES OTTAVI, 5 Merrow Lane, Stoneham 
Biology; Biology Club; Newman Club; Kappa Delta Phi 



MARILYN JEAN PAIGE, 74 Union St., East Bridgewater 
Elementary; CF; SNEA; STEAM 

LINDA LEE M. PALERMO, 5 McKinstry Dr., Oxford 

Health and Physical Education; PEM Club, Publicity Chairman; 

Newman Club 

MICHAEL JOHN PALLADINO, 449 Crescent Ave., Chelsea 
History; Varsity Baseball; Kappa Delta Phi; MAA Treasurer 
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DOUGLAS A. MC CLAIN, 34 Claudette Circle, Framingham 
Elementary 

TILDA ELIZABETH MC GEE, 65 Sycamore St., Brockton 
English; Newman Club 

RANDA LEE MC ROBBIE, 30 Park Ave., South Weymouth 
French; French Club 

KATHLEEN MEANY, 1 75 Norton St., Weymouth 
Elementary; Newman Club 

CONSTANCE ELLEN MELAHOURES, 15 Fremont St., Plymouth 
History; IRC Secretary; Herodotus Club; CF 

PETER JOHN MELLO, 7 Wilson Rd., Somerset 
Elementary; VP Chorale 

CONSTANCE MERCEDES MENARD, 71 Sycamore St., New 

Bedford 
French 

PAMELA A. MESSINGER, 4 Summit PI., Newburyport 
Elementary; Newman Club, VP 

MARILYN JUNE MILLER, R.F.D. Hillside Ave., Westford 
Elementary; Treas. ACE, Pres. ACE 

ROBERT MORRILL MIMS, 7 Brookside Circle, So. Acton 
Math; Pres. Audio Visual Club 

VINCENT JONATHON MITCHELL, 25 Teele Ave., Somerville 
History; Kappa Delta Phi; Men's Athletic Association; Citizen's 
Club (Junior and Senior Year) Rob Roy Association (Freshman 
and Soph Year) SCA Student Government Senior Representa- 
tive 

JOYCE RITA MONIZ, 1057 Forbes St., New Bedford 
Elementary; Newman Club; Visual Arts Club 

EMMET FRANCIS MORRILL, 19 Blake St., Westboro 
Elementary; Newman Club; Visual Arts Club, Pres. Kappa Delta 
Phi; Yearbook Treasurer. 

ROBERT DAVID MORRIS, 1 1 Pine St., Monument Beach 
Elementary; Cross Country; VP STEAM; CF Co-Ordinator; Audio 
Visual; Drama Club; Phi Pi Delta (Recording Secretary) 

MARY GRIFFITH MORRISON, 378 Plymouth St., Bridgewater 
History; Herodotus Club 

JAMES LOUIS MORUZZI, 37 Baxter Ave., Hyannis 
Biology; Biology Club 

KAREN ANN MROCZKA, 69 Highland Terrace, Needham 
Elementary; Visual Arts Club; CF; Cheerleader; STEAM; ACE 

LEO JOSEPH MURPHY, 12 Haskell St., Cambridge 

Math; Math Club; Kappa Delta Pi; Alpha Upsilon Secretary 

VALERIE E. MURPHY, 13 Himoor Circle, Randolph 
Elementary 

WILLIAM MICHAEL MURPHY, 83 Main St., Norfolk 
History; Herodotus Club; Newman Club 

HELEN AGNES MURRAY, 1 10 Weetamoe St., Fall River 
English; Re-Write Editor Campus Comment; Drama Club; New- 
man Club; Chameleon Conversation Coffee House 



ROLAND RENE PARE, 17 Howard St., Haverhill 

Biology; Pledge Master and Alumni Secretary Phi Pi Delta; 

Newman Club; Herodotus Club; Biology Club 

TERESE PATTAVINA, 241 Washington St., Quincy 
Elementary; Newman Club; Visual Arts Club; SNEA; STEAM 

RICHARD ROBERT PERELLA, 1 1 Lincoln Ave., Holbrook 
History; Phi Pi Delta; Newman Club; STEAM 

MRS. MEREDITH E. PERKINS, 678 Washington St., Whitman 
Elementary; CF; STEAM 

EUGENE JOSEPH PERRY, 1 10 South St., Raynham 
Elementary 

LORRAINE PERRY, 216 Hope St., Fall River 
French; French Club; Newman Club 

THOMAS F. PERRY, 241 Copeland St., Brockton 

Elementary; Pres. SCA; Soph. Class Pres.; Campus Comment; 

Drama Club 

ROBERT KENNETH PETERSEN, 301 West St., Weymouth 
History; Herodotus Club 

ALBERT JOSEPH PETITPAS, 49 Regent St., Cambridge 

History; Co-Capt. Basketball, Tri-Capt. Baseball; MAA Vice-Pres. 

DIANE HARRIET PETTEY, 1 8 River Rd., Westport Harbor 
Elementary; Secretary of Kappa Delta Pi; STEAM 

EILEEN CATHERINE PEREIRA, 125 Rodman St., Fall River 
English; STEAM; Newman Club; SNEA 

JANE PISCIOTTOLI, 370 Green St., North Weymouth 
Elementary; Treasurer of Kappa Delta Pi 

KATHLEEN ANN POWERS, 328 Grove St., Randolph 
Elementary; STEAM; NEA; Newman Club 

WARREN JOSEPH PRETI, JR., 29 Hale St., Bridgewater 
Chemistry; Tennis Club; MAA Representative 

JOANNE M. PRING, 140 Brockton Ave., Abington 
Math; Newman Club; Math Club; STEAM 

NANCY MARIE PROCTOR, 69 Atkinson Ave., Stoughton 
Elementary; Library Club 

GERARD LEO PROVOST JR., 63 Union St., Bridgewater 
Elementary; SCA Delegate; Pledgemaster '67 of Kappa Delta 
Phi 



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DAVID J. RACZKOWSKI, 26 Ridge St., Brockton 
History; Herodotus Club 

MRS. DIANE RAMEY, 107 Royal Dane Ln., North Abington 
Elementary; Glee Club; ACE; French Club; Newman Club 

HELEN SILVA RAMOS, 89 Sharp St., North Dartmouth 
Elementary; Newman Club; Visual Arts Club 

MARY ANN RAMOS, 190 Raymond St., Fall River 
French; Kappa Delta Pi; French Club; Newman Club 



JANET RAPOSA, 302 Broad St., Bridgewater 
Elementary; Newman Club; ALPHA Secretary; STEAM 

NANCY JANE RAPOZA, 70 St. Michael's Ave., Somerset 
Elementary; Library Club Pres.; Visual Arts Club; ACE, STEAM; 
Newman Club 

SUSAN E. REED, 133 Rowayne Park, Bridgewater 
Elementary; Kappa Delta Pi; STEAM 

MALCOLM D. REESE, 59 Stickney Rd., Medford 
History; CF; STEAM; Drama Club 

CHARLOTTE E. RICCI, 25A Newbern Ave., Medford 
Elementary; Sec. of ACE; Visual Arts Club; Newman Club 

PETER H. RICKARD, 1066 Mt. Hope St., N. Attleboro 

English; Pres. Alpha Upsilon; Day Student Association Delegate 

REBECCA D. RIDGWAY, 54 Hoover Rd., Needham 
Elementary; Vice-Pres. Dorm Council; CF; ACE 

MARION MARGARET RIORDAN, 60 Lake Ave., Melrose 
Elementary; Aquabrytes, Secretary Pope Hall, Dorm Council 
Rep.; WRA Rep. 

NANCY PATRICIA RIORDAN, 30 Groveland St., Dorchester 
Elementary; Corresponding Sec, ACE; Visual Arts; Newman 
Club 

PHILIP EDWARD RIVIERE, 356 Shaw St., New Bedford 
History; Herodotus Club; Newman Club; STEAM 

CHERYL A. ROBBINS, 1 4 Williams St., Taunton 
English; Newman Club; STEAM 

GILBERT LESTER ROBBINS, 76 Forest Ave., Ext., Plymouth 
Elementary 

JANINE Y. ROBERGE, 1161 County St., Somerset 
Geography; Pres. ES Club; Drama Club; Newman Club 

YVETTE C. ROBIDA, 1 6 Oak St., Acushnet 

French; French Club; Kappa Delta Pi; Newman Club 

RALPH BAKER ROBINSON, 1 Rhode Island Rd., Lakeville 
Biology; Football; Baseball 

ROGER J. ROBITAILLE, 129 Illinois St., New Bedford 

English; Campus Comment, Editor; Newman Club; Phi Pi Delta 

EDMOND ROCKCLIFFE, 23 Purchase St., Swansea 
Elementary 

ELAINE F. ROONEY, 401 Union St., Braintree 
Elementary 

JOSEPH ROPER, 9 Faye Circle, Narblehead 
Elementary; Football; Track Pres. MAA 

RICHARD W. ROSENBURG, 383 East St., Weymouth 
History; Herodotus Club 

VALERIE L. ROSS, 433 Old Warren Rd., Swansea 
Elementary 

JEAN L. ROUNTRY, Soule Ave., S. Duxbury 
Elementary 

RICHARD A. RUDICK, Caswell Court, E. Douglas 

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SHEILA B. RUDICK, 21 1 Wrentham Rd., Bellingham 
Elementary; Pres. STEAM; Newman Club; Visual Arts Club; 
Kappa Delta Pi 

PAUL F. RUMP, No Address 
English; Campus Comment 

LINDA L. RUSSELL, 520 Summer St., Bridgewater 
Elementary; CF 



PETER A. SAGGESE, 407 Front St., Weymouth 
Elementary; Hockey 

LOUISE ST. AMAND, 185 Robesonn St., Fall River 
Mathematics; Math Club; STEAM 

DIANE L. ST. AMOUR, 5 Senechal Dr., Westport 
Elementary; STEAM 

JOYCE L. SAND, South Meadow Rd., Carver 
English; Glee Club; CF; STEAM 

RICHARD P. SANTINO, 76 Potomac St., Boston 
Elementary 

ELISABETH A. SARKES, 1538 Purchase St., New Bedford 
French; French Club; Newman Club; STEAM 

BERNICE C. SAVOIE, 186 Deane St., New Bedford 
French; French Club; Drama Club; Newman Club 

BERNADETTE A. SCADUTO, 219 York St., Stoughton 
Elementary; Kappa Delta Pi; STEAM; Newman Club; Visual Arts 

CATHERINE J. SEMETER, 26 Emerson Av., W. Bridgewater 
English 

DONNA MARIE SHABO, 29 Pheasant St., W. Roxbury 
Elementary; Cheerleader; Newman Club; Visual Arts; STEAM 

DIANE E. SHAW, 90 Ravenwood Rd., Waltham 
Elementary; Drama Club; Chorus; Visual Arts 

LESLIE H. SHAW, 98 Myrtle St., Hanover 
History; IRC; Modern Dance 

PAMELA M. SHAY, 512 Bahama Dr., Indian Harbor Beach, Fla. 
History; Glee Club; French Club; Newman Club; STEAM 

ALICE R. SHEA, 46 Uriahs Dr., Duxbury 
History 

ELAINE S. SLATKAVICH, 1 19 Bircharow Ave., N. Weymouth 
French; French Club; Newman Club; Kappa Delta Pi 

CYNTHIA SMITH, 18 Highland Ter., Taunton 
Elementary; ES Club 

JANET L. SMITH, 46 Acorn St., Braintree 
Elementary 

JOANNE M. SMITH, 63 Howard St., Norwood 
Elementary; Visual Arts Club; Newman Club 

ROBERT P. SMITH, 151 S. Worcester St., Norton 

Elementary; Newman Club, VP Soph. Year, Treas. Jr. Year; 

VP SCA Senior Year; Kappa Delta Phi 

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SUSAN M. SMITH, 1450 Bedford St., Fall River 
Elementary; Visual Arts Club; STEAM 

JEAN M. SNIGIER, 360 Pleasant St., Raynham Ctr. 
Elementary 

MARJORY SOUDEN, 206 Centre St., Quincy 
Elementary; CF; STEAM 

DEAN G. SOUKE, 232 Pine St., Quincy 
Mathematics; Kappa Delta Phi; Math Club 

MARY ELLEN SPILLANE, 617 South St., Walpole 
Mathematics; Math Club President 

BRUCE ALLAN STARK, 158 Dr. Braley Rd., East Freetown 
History 

MAUREEN A. STELLA, 1 Dawes St., Blackstone 
Elementary; Newman Club; Visual Arts Club; STEAM 

JOAN ALICE STURGIS, 6 Pearl St., Weymouth 
Elementary; CF; ACE 

LEE ANN SULLIVAN, 36 White Oak Rd., West Roxbury 
History; Newman Club; STEAM 

PETER ALAN SILVA, 45 Main St., Mattapoisett 
History; Phi Pi Delta; Tennis 

SALLY RAE SWANSON, 163 Copeland St., West Bridgewater 
Elementary; Kappa Delta Pi; CF 

CLAIRE ANNE SYLVESTER, 485 Ralph Talbot St., So. Weymouth 
Elementary; Newman Club; STEAM; Aquabrytes,- Visual Arts 

DARLENE MARY SYLVIA, 25 Evergreen St., North Dartmouth 
History; Newman Club 

EDMUND J. SYLVIA, JR., 30 Viall St., New Bedford 

History; Herodotus Club Vice-Pres.; Newman Club; IRC; Drama 

Club 



DONNA MARIE TANSEY, 289 Thatcher St., Attleboro 
Elementary; Newman Club; Visual Arts Club; Drama Club; 
STEAM 

BAIBA TAUBE, Halifax Garden Rd., Halifax 
History 

JAMES TAVARES, JR., 5239 No. Main St., Fall River 
English; Drama Club; Verse Choir; Chorale 

LEON TAVARES, 34 Madison St., Fall River 
History; Herodotus Club 

BRUCE EDWARD TAYLOR, 82 Bignell Rd., Billerica 
English; Chapbook; Drama Club; CF 

JAMES ROY TAYLOR, JR., 652 Beechwood Ave., Lakeville 
Elementary 

RICHARD CAMERON TAYLOR, 12 America St., Framingham 
History; Kappa Delta Phi; Baseball 

YVETTE NOELLA THIVIERGE, 2588 Acushnet Ave., New Bed- 
ford 
Chemistry 



ANN ELIZABETH THOMAS, 121 Walpole St., Norwood 
Biology; Visual Arts Club; Biology Club 

ELAINE JOYCE TICCHI, 303 Broad St., Bridgewater 
Elementary; Co-editor Alpha Yearbook; Secretary Alpha Year- 
book, Newman Club; STEAM; Citizens Club 

PATRICIA JEANNE TOBIN, 5 Royce Rd., Apt. 33, Allston 
History; Newman Club; Drama Club; IRC, Vice-Pres.; Herodotus 
Club Secretary 

MAUREEN ANNE TOOMEY, 142 Connecticut Ave., Somerset 
Elementary; Newman Club; Campus Comment; Visual Arts 
Club; STEAM 

MAUREEN ANN TRACY, 54 Sheppard Ave., Braintree 
Elementary; Newman Club; Alpha Yearbook 

ANITA MARIE TREVISANI, 55 Allerton Rd., Marshfield 
Elementary; Newman Club; ACE; Visual Arts Club; STEAM 

BARBARA LEE TRUDELL, 76 Rhodes Circle, Hingham 
History; Herodotus Club 

JEANNE CAROLE TUCKER, 360 So. Franklin St., Holbrook 
Biology; Biology Club 

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CYNTHIA A. VAUGHAN, 1009 Belleville Ave., New Bedford 
Elementary; Drama Club; French Club; Visual Arts Club; STEAM 

RONALD ADRIAN VAZ, 534 North Front St., New Bedford 
Mathematics; State College Stage Band; Newman Club; Soph. 
DSC Delegate 

MARY ANN VERCOLLONE, 44 Woodchester Drive, Milton 
Elementary; Dormitory Council Secretary; Aquabrytes Trea- 
surer; Newman Club 

WILLIAM JOSEPH VERSECKES, 12 Colasanti Rd., North Wey- 
mouth 
History; Alpha Upsilon Treasurer,- DSA Vice-Pres. 

DONNA MAY VOGEL, 848 Washington St., Stoughton 
English 

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HELEN ELIZABETH WADE, 59 Richmond St., New Bedford 
Elementary; Newman Club; STEAM 

CAROL ANN WAKEFIELD, 5 Forest St., Taunton 
Elementary; STEAM; CF 

MARILYN RUTH WALKER, 66 Linwood Ave., Chelmsford 
Elementary; CF; Visual Arts Club 

ARLENE FRANCES WALSH, 52 Grove St., Quincy 
Elementary; Newman Club 

LORNA JEAN WARREN, 21 Union St., Foxboro 
Elementary; CF 

KATHLEEN MARY WHITE, 723 Revere Beach Parkway, Revere 
Elementary; Newman Club; Visual Arts Club 



MARY PATRICIA WHITE, 92 Shores St., Taunton 

Elementary; Drama Club; Verse Choir; IRC Treasurer; Newman 

Club 

MAUREEN THERESA WHITE, 122 Redlands Rd., West Roxbury 
English; Newman Club; Visual Arts Club; Organ Club; STEAM 

CARLEEN WICKHAM, 934 Middle St., Fall River 
Elementary 

BARBARA ANNE WILLIAMS, 241 Falconer Ave., Brockton 
English; Newman Club; Yearbook Staff; Campus Comment; 
Glee Club 

PAULA MARY WILLIAMS, Box 31 7 Dennisport 
Elementary; Newman Club; STEAM; Kappa Delta Pi 

SUSAN HOPE WILLIAMS, 864 North Main St., Brockton 
English; Chapbook, Alpha 

ELAINE K. WILTENBURG, 46 Park Ave., Natick 
Elementary; STEAM, Kappa Delta Pi 

DIANE WINCHESTER, 86 Lane Drive, Norwood 
History; Glee Club; Drama Club 

JOHN ROBERT WINSLOW, 394 Davisville Rd., East Falmouth 
Elementary; Drama Club; STEAM; ACE 

CHRISTINE JOAN WIRTZBURGER, 12 Stoddard St., Plymouth 
Elementary; STEAM Vice-Pres.; Visual Arts Club; Newman Club 

THOMAS E. WITHAM, 62 Centre St., Danvers 
Mathematics; Football; Drama Club 

BONNIE JEAN WOOD, 60 Franklin St., Holliston 
Elementary; ACE; Visual Arts Club; Kappa Delta Pi 

ANNE WRIGHT, 21 Eastern Ave., Swansea 

Elementary; Drama Club; Newman Club; Library Association 



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JANICE MARIE YORK, 194 Town St., So. Braintree 
Elementary 

CROLYN L. YOUNG; 15 Elm St., Scituate 
Elementary; Kappa Delta Pi 



ELIZABETH CATHERINE ZACCARO, 29 Weston St., Brocton 
Elementary; Kappa Delta Pi 

SUZANNE MARY ZAJAC, 15 Main St., Acushnet 

Elementary; Association for Childhood Education, Treasurer; 

STEAM; Newman Club; Visual Arts Club 

JON F. ZEELAND, 36 Francis St., Brockton 
Chemistry; Varsity Basketball— Senior Year 

DANIEL LEE ZENTZ, 236 Elm St., East Bridgewater 
History; Herodotus Club 

GERARD ROBERT ZSCHAU, 232 Hollis Ave., No. Quincy 
Chemistry 

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So, now that the Class of 1968 has joined the Alumni Association, 
what does the future hold for Bridgewater. Well, a sneak peek at the 
long range plans reveals a great many physical changes. The two most 
desperately needed building projects are underway— the Student Union 
and the new Library. Both of these structures will be ready within a few 
years. Still in the early planning stages is a new Professional Education 
Building, while dreams of a Great Hill Cafeteria, an Athletic Complex, 
and increased Classroom and Dorm space creep towards reality. 

The next few years will see even more curriculum changes as Bridge- 
water keeps pace with New England's famous liberal arts colleges. 
Major departments will be academicly strengthened while minors attempt 
to move up to the big time. At present, the long range projection is 
for roughly 5,000 students by the 1980's, and with the present plan 
of graduating 500 students and taking in well over 900, this projection 
does not seem at all remote. New projects, programs and federal grants 
for research and institutes will all help to attract many varied types of 
students who will give life and enthusiasm to America's oldest continuing 
teacher training institution.